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Super bonuses for super squad

Last season clubs success brought Los Blancos decent amount of earnings. Alongside with four trophies, including the LaLiga championship, Champions League, Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup, came 70 million euros.

A small sum went to the organisation’s basketball team, but the majority went as a bonus to the players and a coaching staff. Coaches got 2 million euros as a bonus, whilst players split 30 million euros, depending on the time they spent on a pitch. The vast majority has gone towards the footballing staff who became the first club to defend the Champions League since AC Milan in 1990.

Real Madrid’s head coach Zinedine Zidane is thrown into the air by his players after winning a Spanish La Liga soccer match between Malaga and Real Madrid in Malaga, Spain, Sunday, May 21, 2017. Real Madrid wins the Spanish league for the first time in five years, avoiding its biggest title drought since the 1980s. (AP Photo/Daniel Tejedor)

Los Blancos not only made history by defending the UEFA Champions League Cup, but also reclaimed La Liga title, title that last time they claimed under Jose Mourinho’s instructions.

Zinedine Zidane’s this year is fighting on six separate fronts, and is likely to achieve success on all of them. Revenue for the previous financial year exceeded 650 million euros and a further 80 million is expected as a result of the Champions League campaign. Los Blancos are in profit and an excellent summer transfer window which brought in more than 131 million euros in sales has only helped boost the club’s economy.


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