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Man City earns £38.4m after EPL title win

REVEALED: Man City earns £38.4 million Premier League prize money after title win

May 12, 2019 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
The Citizens scooped a hefty part of the prize money after finishing atop the league table.

A breakdown of the Premier League prize money allocation has been released after Pep Guardiola led Manchester City to a back-to-back title win.

Deservedly so the Citizens were awarded the biggest share among all the 20 clubs having finished the season sitting atop the table with 98 points. The prize money amounted to 38.4 million pounds.

Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool finished second with an all-time highest point tally of 97 and as a result, merited 36.5 million pounds. A 2-2 draw against Everton at the Goodison Park demoted Tottenham Hotspur from third place to fourth and Mauricio Pochettino's side was replaced by Chelsea.

The Blues accumulated 72 points, one more than their London rivals and were awarded 34.6 million pounds as the prize money for their feat. On the other hand, Spurs inability to finish in the Top Three cost them 4 million pounds while Arsenal and Manchester United completed the Top Six with 30.7 million and 28.8 million pounds respectively.

The relegated Huddersfield, Fulham and Cardiff City earned 1.9 million. 3.8 million and 5.8 million Premier League prize money respectively. Below is the full prize allocation of all the 20 Premier League teams:



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