The 2020-21 Premier League season came to it's conclusion on Sunday as Manchester City lifted the title, followed by an epic top four drama which saw Liverpool and Chelsea attain a UEFA Champions League spot.
The most important aspect of the upcoming summer would be transfers and it is important to know how much each of the 20 clubs earned specifically based on merit, from their 2020-21 Premier League campaign.
Please note that these are just estimated earnings based on league positions including equal share between all 20 Premier League clubs followed by facilities, merit share, international TV rights and commercial revenue.
Another thing to note is that all the estimated money earned from international broadcasts will be divided equally between all the teams in the league. Also, the below figures are based on cash prize for the 2020-21 season minus rebate.
Here's a look at each Premier League club's estimated total prize money, for the 2020/21 season based on their final league standings after rebate deduction...
1st - Manchester City - £153.9 million
2nd - Manchester Utd - £153.5 million
3rd - Liverpool - £150.9 million
4th - Chelsea - £148.3 million
5th - Leicester - £141.3 million
6th - West Ham - £143.5 million
7th - Tottenham - £139.4 million
8th - Arsenal - £134.4 million
9th - Leeds - £135 million
10th - Everton - £138.6 million (Zero rebate)
11th - Aston Villa - £122.2 million
12th - Newcastle United - £119.9 million
13th - Wolves - £116.3 million
14th - Crystal Palace - £111.7 million
15th - Southampton - £116.9 million
16th - Brighton - £107.5 million
17th - Burnley - £101.7 million
18th - Fulham - £106.9 million
19th - West Brom - £101.7 million
20th - Sheffield United - £91 million
Please Note: All of the above figures are an estimation trend of the 2020-21 season based on the payout given to all Premier League clubs after the 2019-20 season.
Estimated figures courtesy: Mail