ARSENAL players can get EACH up to £500,000 if the club secure Champions League football.
the gunners Kader can get whopping bonuses if they finish in the top four this season, with the club currently sitting fourth.
Mikel Arteta’s men are the favourites, finishing behind Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea 3-2 away win at Watford on Sunday.
The result made her skip Manchester United in the table, with Arsenal a point ahead of Ralf Rangnick’s men with three games in hand.
Should Arsenal qualify for Europe’s premier competition for the first time since 2017, they would receive at least £50m in prize money and broadcast revenue.
And loud Daily mailthe north London giants would receive a one-off bonus that would be shared amongst the squad.
They say the amount could be as high as £500,000 for certain players, which will be charged pro rata.
The news outlet adds that some squad members would even automatically see their weekly wages increased if they play Champions League football, due to clauses in their contracts.
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boss Mikel Arteta has remained coy after his win at Vicarage Road as the club finished in the top four.
In his post-match press conference, he said: “To be fair, I don’t like looking at the table because we have games in hand.
“We’re going to play different games and I know the goal and it’s just one thing, tomorrow try to improve on what we did today and go to the next game and that’s it.
“I can’t control the results and I can’t predict which games we’ll win, draw or lose, it’s impossible.
“If I start doing that, I think we’re going to lose focus on what we want to do.”
Securing Champions League football would also give the Gunners a boost to keep the star winger Bukayo Saka.
The academic, 20, was asked by Garth Crooks to leave the club should Arsenal finish fifth or lower.
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