UEFA has distributed €23.1 million to Inter Milan and AC Milan for participation in the Champions League quarterfinals and semifinals.

This according to Italian news outlet Calcio e Finanza, who report that the Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri have both taken in the additional prize money after European football’s top governing body made the funds available from the two rounds of the competition.

Inter’s earnings from the Champions League have kept rising as they’ve beaten a path through the knockout rounds. The Nerazzurri are set to earn over €100 million.

Even more could be on the way should the Nerazzurri go all the way by winning next month’s final against Manchester City.

Now, Inter have received all of the payments for participation except those for the final.

UEFA Distribute €23.1M To Inter Milan & AC Milan For UCL Semifinals & Quarterfinals

Calcio e Finanza detail that UEFA have distributed a total of €84.8 million between the eight teams that reached the Champions League quarterfinals.

In addition to this, they distributed €50 million between the four semifinalists. This amount was shared by Inter, Milan, Manchester City, and Real Madrid.

Serie A winners Napoli received a total of €10.6 million in the most recent round of payments. The Partenopei were knocked out of the Champions League by Milan at the quarterfinal stage.

Meanwhile, both Inter and Milan have received €23.1 million in total.

Inter could take in another €4.5 million payment if they were to manage to beat Man City in the final of the competition on June 10 in Istanbul.

Meanwhile, there would also be the extra payment from participation in next season’s European Super Cup.

Lastly, there is still the second part of the market pool yet to be disbursed. The precise amount is based around the performance of Serie A teams in the competition.

Inter’s share will be distributed after the final.