Top players from English Premier League club, Manchester City will each receive over £2 million in bonuses if they win the Premier League, FA Cup, and League Cup this season.
For the third consecutive season, Pep Guardiola’s team will compete in the Champions League semi-finals.
On Wednesday, City qualified by defeating Bayern Munich 4-1 on aggregate.
They will now play Sheffield United in the FA Cup semi-finals on Saturday, followed by a crucial Premier League home match against Arsenal in midweek.
With a game in hand, the defending champions are currently four points behind Arsenal.
Manchester United was the last team to win three titles in a row in 2009.
According to Mail Sport, City’s bonus system is structured on an individual basis rather than an agreed-upon amount shared among the squad.
Bonuses for winning the league title range from £200,000 to £900,000, while the money on offer for lifting the FA Cup is less.
Leading players, including Kevin De Bruyne will receive payouts in the region of £1m for delivering a first Champions League trophy for the club.
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