Inter Have Earned €11.73M From Champions League Participation So Far, Italian Media Report
Inter have earned €11.73 million in revenues from their participation in the Champions League so far this season.
This according to Italian football finance news outlet Calcio e Finanza, who report that this total is achieved by the combination of the amount allocated to the Nerazzurri as winners of last season’s Serie A and results bonuses, and that the Nerazzurri are the highest-earning Italian club from the competition so far.
So far, €284.55 million in payments have been allocated to clubs participating in the Champions League by UEFA, of which €38.56 million have gone to the four Italian in the competition.
Juventus have taken home €10.4 million, Atalanta have gotten €7.73 million, and AC Milan have taken €6 million in payments for their participation.
Inter’s status as winners of Serie A has guaranteed them a fixed payment of €8 million, while they have taken home an additional amount of more than €3 million for their results over the first three matchdays of the competition.