Juventus, Inter and Milan pocket FIFA money from World Cup

Inter, Juventus and Milan will receive money from FIFA for ‘loaning’ them to their nations at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

There will be plenty of Serie A representation in the last two games of the tournament on Sunday.

Croatia include players from Atalanta, Torino and Inter, while Morocco have Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat and Sampdoria’s Abdelhamid Sabiri.

In the Final, Argentina have representatives from Juventus, Inter and Roma, with France providing interest for Milan and Juve fans.

FIFA set up a Club Benefits Programme, which gives teams compensation of sorts for letting their stars take part in the competition, especially important when it splits the season in two like this rare November-December edition.

A grand total of $209m was put into the pot and will be divided between the clubs, based on how many players and how often they played.

According to Calcio e Finanza, Juventus are the biggest-earning Italian side with over $2.8m thanks to 18 players involved, including those like Matthijs de Ligt, Rodrigo Bentancur and Denis Zakaria who have since left, due to the way the figures are calculated.

Inter will receive almost $1.8m for their 11 players who were used in Qatar.

Milan are due to pocket over $1.4m for the use of their seven players, especially as Theo Hernandez has made it to the World Cup Final.

3 Comments on “Juventus, Inter and Milan pocket FIFA money from World Cup”

  1. makes no sense, they need to scrap this, – money better spent on supporting the family members of dead migrant workers killed

  2. Wonder how much the big English clubs will make. Would like to see a complete list at the end of the tournament.

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