Juventus will earn at least €58.4m from the Champions League this season, with Napoli, Inter and Roma getting around €38m.
The total funds available for group stage competitors is €1.95bn, increased from the €1.4bn of the last three years.
It’ll be divided up with 25 per cent decided by the starting level, 30 per cent on performance-based results, 30 per cent on so-called historic ranking over the last 10 years and 15 per cent on the market pool.
Teams will receive €2.7m per victory and €900,000 for a draw.
Qualifying for the Round of 16 brings another €9.5m, €10.5m for a quarter-final spot, €12m for the semi-final and €15m to reach the Final.
Winning the trophy brings an extra €4m.
Considering the Italian historic ranking, Calcio e Finanza calculated the worst possible scenario for the four Italian clubs.
Juventus are sure of their place in the top six, while Inter, Napoli and Roma depend on who gets through the play-offs.
In a worst case scenario, Juventus would pocket €58.4m by going out in the group stage, with Napoli earning €39.5m and Inter €38.9m.
Despite reaching the Champions League semi-final last season, Roma are only guaranteed €38.9m.
None of that takes into consideration UEFA bonuses for results during the tournament or the revenue from at least three home matches.
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