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Tuesday, December 4, 2018

FIFA reveals how much it paid each club for 2018 World Cup (See How Much Each Club Got)

FIFA reveals how much it paid each club for 2018 World Cup (See How Much Each Club Got)

FIFA has revealed how much it has paid each club around the world for releasing its players for the 2018 World Cup.

World soccer’s governing body said it paid 416 clubs from 63 different countries, with a daily rate of $8,530 for each of the 736 players selected.


Premier League clubs Manchester City, Tottenham, Chelsea and Manchester United are all in the top 10, while the likes of Real Madrid, PSG and Barcelona all feature.

Top 10 club payments worldwide:

1. Manchester City, $5 million
2. Real Madrid CF, $4.8 million
3. Tottenham Hotspur, $4.4 million
4. FC Barcelona, $4.1 million
5. Paris Saint-Germain, $3.9 million
6. Chelsea, $3.8 million
7. Manchester United, $3.6 million
8. Club Atletico de Madrid, $3 million
9. Juventus FC, $3 million
10. AS Monaco, $2.9 million

Premier League club payments:

Arsenal FC $2.2 million
Brighton & Hove Albion FC $331,000
Burnley FC $628,260
Chelsea FC $3.8 million
Crystal Palace FC $618,355
Everton FC $824,945
Fulham FC $182,535
Huddersfield Town FC $611,280
Leicester City FC $2.17 million
Liverpool FC $2.58 million
Manchester City FC $5 million
Manchester United FC $3.6 million
Newcastle United FC $123,105
Southampton FC $1.11 million
Tottenham Hotspur FC $4.3 million
Watford FC $415,302
West Ham United FC $1.09 million
Wolverhampton Wanderers FC $437,942

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