UEFA have reportedly paid Inter, Milan and Napoli their bonuses for reaching the knock-out stages of the Champions League this season.
Three of the four Italian representatives qualified for the Round of 16 of the Champions League this campaign, with Juventus failing to hit the mark after a poor group stage against Paris Saint-Germain, Benfica and Maccabi Haifa.
All three won their respective Round of 16 outings and will now battle it out in the quarter-finals, where Napoli and Milan will face each other and Inter will play Primeira Liga leaders Benfica.
As reported by Calcio e Finanza, UEFA paid out their Champions League bonuses today, giving Inter, Milan and Napoli around €9.6m each for reaching the Round of 16 stage of the competition.
All three teams will also receive a further €10.6m for reaching the quarter-finals, which will be paid at a later date.
Estimates now suggest that Napoli have earnt €78m from the Champions League this season, with Milan picking up €71m and Inter €68m.