Juventus have already earned €73m through the Champions League prize money and could reach €90m if they beat Villarreal on Wednesday.
The Bianconeri picked up a draw in the first leg of the Champions League Round of 16 in Spain three weeks ago and need a victory in Turin in two days to get a spot among the best eight clubs in Europe.
La Gazzetta dello Sport analyses the Old Lady’s finances ahead of their upcoming European fixture, highlighting how the Bianconeri have already earned €73m thanks to the European competition this season.
They’ll get €10.6m more by qualifying for the quarter-finals plus stadiums and tv revenues to reach €90m. The qualification for the semifinals is worth a further €12.5m, while reaching the Final would see Juventus earn €15.5m. The bonus for the winners is 4.5m. Stadiums and TV revenues must be added to the tally.
Juventus were eliminated from the Champions League Round of 16 last term when they earned €82m from the competition.