The final figures given to Premier League clubs in prize money, TV fees and central commercial deals have been released, with Manchester United earning marginally more than Manchester City.
Both Manchester clubs earned a little under £150m, with all clubs receiving a minimum of £87.9m from TV deals alone.
That means West Brom received over £94m from the Premier League despite ending the season rock bottom of the division.
OFFICIAL: the final numbers for Premier League cash allocation for 2017-18. Story to follow. pic.twitter.com/U3CS0dEf5J
— Nick Harris (@sportingintel) May 17, 2018
The figures have also been released for parachute payments to relegated clubs, with Sunderland, Middlesbrough and Hull all receiving over £41.5m at the end of this season.
Cardiff will receive their final parachute payment of £15.6m before being promoted back to the Premier League, where they could be joined by Fulham.
— Joe (@JoeHay_) May 17, 2018
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