Saturday, August 19, 2017

Manchester United on Verge of Breaching £1bn Premier League Prize Money

0
626
manchester-united-record=1billion

Manchester United Prize Money Recordvarclays Premier League Latest News is that Manchester United on Verge of Breaching £1bn Premier League Prize Money Milestone record.

​Manchester United Prize Money Record : Manchester United are to become the first club to rake in a cumulative £1bn in Premier League prize money, according to a report in The Sun.

Manchester United Prize Money Record : The report references a 2016 study undertaken by Spreadex, which shows that United pocketed £870.3m since the Premier League’s first season in 1992/93.

Do You Know How Much Chelsea Get The Epl Winninf Prize MOney

Manchester United Prize Money Record : In order for the Red Devils to break the £1bn barrier, the club would need only to generate £129.7m this season.

Jose Mourinho’s robust United side are likely to finish sixth this season, but by virtue of their financial clout and legacy of league wins are likely to have the last laugh.

manchester-united-record=1billion

Arsenal are second in the Premier League earnings table, earning over £842m since 1992, with Chelsea and Liverpool on £815.4m with Liverpool a mere £56k ahead of the west London club, The Sun reported.

The top three are all in touching distance of that tantalising 10 figure landmark, but where finances are concerned, this is United’s year.

Ronaldo Not Happy About This Premier League Star

Manchester United Prize Money Record : The official returns will be confirmed  when the Premier League release the formalised prize money for all 20 clubs.

manchester-united-record=1billion

Premier League Prize Money:

All clubs in the top flight are set to make £100m for their efforts with champions Chelsea receiving £150m. A year ago all top flight clubs divided the £1.64bm prize money – a figure that is expected to have increased significantly this year.

Total cost of the three-season Domestic TV Rights Money – £5.50 billion

  1. SkySports Packages (5 package 126 live games) – £4.2 billion
  2. BTsports Packages (2 packages 42 live games) – £960 million
  3. BBC Match Of the Day Highlights Deal – £204 million
  4. other bits like sun goal app and uk media rights – £150 million

LEAVE A REPLY

Designed and Developed By MITZ ® All Right Reserved