Chelsea Stars to Share Staggering N5bn if They Beat Man City to Win 2nd Champions League Title

Chelsea Stars to Share Staggering N5bn if They Beat Man City to Win 2nd Champions League Title

- Chelsea progressed to their third Champions League final after victory over Real Madrid

- They will face rivals Manchester City in the final of the European championship this month

- The Blues have been promised £5m to win the trophy in addition to the £5m they won after beating Los Blancos

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Chelsea players have got all the motivation they needed to win their second Champions League title when they face fellow Premier League club Manchester City in Istanbul later this month.

The Blues dispatched 13th-time champions Real Madrid 3-1 on aggregate in the semifinals despite starting the season on a poor note under former boss Frank Lampard.

Thomas Tuchel's men have now been promised a staggering £5 million to bring the trophy to Stamford Bridge.

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This is after they got an initial £5 million for ending Los Blancos' dreams of advancing to the finals after the both-legged affair.

Chelsea Stars to Share N5b if They Beat Man City to Win Champions League Title This Month
Chelsea fans celebrating their victory over Real Madrid as they progress to the Champions League final. Photo by Steve Parsons/PA Images
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A goal each from Tino Werner and Kai Havertz were all Tuchel's men needed to book their ticket and face known rival City in a few weeks from now.

Meanwhile, SunSport reports that the bonus package had been agreed on with the players even before the season started.

The publication however thinks Chelsea will head into the game as underdogs against City who have been promised a whopping £15m bonus if they conquer Europe for the first time in their history.

Apart from the Champions League, Tuchel's men are also in the FA Cup final despite the manager taking over mid-season and they will meet Leicester City in their quest for a double this season.

Tuchel was appointed Chelsea manager in January following the poor run of results under Frank Lampard but all that has changed with the German setting a number of records just a few months into his reign at the Bridge.

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Staggering amount each Manchester City player will earn if they win Champions League has been revealed earlier reported that Chelsea legend Didier Drogba could hardly contain his joy after his former side booked a place in this season's Champions League final in the female category.

The Blues saw off Real Madrid in a hotly contested semi-final fixture to seal qualification for the penultimate game of the continental showpiece.

The Stamford Bridge-based side secured a 1-1 draw in the first leg of the tie played in Spain, before staging a masterclass at home winning 2-0 in the return leg on Wednesday, May 5, to progress.

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