Five clubs that have received the most money from FIFA as a result of their players participating in the 2022 FIFA World Cup

The 2022 FIFA World Cup has been a wild ride, with a number of underdogs defeating some of the game’s elite. Players who have performed admirably throughout this month-long tournament have been the only ones who have been able to provide all of the thrilling action that we have witnessed.
Their exhibitions have helped their country as well as their homegrown clubs too.

The 2022 FIFA World Cup has brought in a lot of money for Premier League clubs

FIFA pays domestic clubs every day as long as one of their players participates in the tournament. This sum is distributed in three ways, with one-third going to the respective players’ former teams.

Given the number of days their players have participated in the tournament or have continued to participate, Premier League clubs are reportedly receiving approximately £10,000 per day in compensation from FIFA.

In light of this, let’s take a look at the five clubs that have received the most compensation from FIFA for their players who will be participating in the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

#5 Liverpool | $1.8 million

Given that many of their stars have received much-needed rest, Liverpool will undoubtedly be pleased with the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Egypt, coached by Mohamed Salah, and Scotland, coached by Andy Robertson, were unable to advance to the tournament, and Thiago Alcantara and Roberto Firmino were not selected by their respective nations. Luis Diaz, in the interim, passed up a major opportunity because of a drawn-out physical issue.

However, a few players did travel to Qatar, including Virgil Van Dijk, Jordan Henderson, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Darwin Nunez, Alisson, and Fabinho. Liverpool has received $1.8 million from FIFA thus far thanks to the quarterfinal appearances of England, Brazil, and the Netherlands.

#4 Tottenham Hotspur | $2.4 million

A number of players from Tottenham Hotspur will represent their countries at the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Several of them performed well and made long runs, and some are still in the hunt ahead of the December 18 final.

Hugo Lloris has led France to yet another World Cup final, where he will face Cristian Romero of Argentina. Both players have contributed significantly to the tournament’s success so far.

After Croatia was eliminated in the semi-final by La Albiceleste, Ivan Perisic narrowly missed the same opportunity. Eric Dier and Harry Kane were also part of the England team that made it to the quarterfinals, and Richarlison helped Brazil make it to the same stage.

South Korea’s progress to the Round of 16 was significantly aided by Son Heung-min.
Tottenham has earned $2.4 million from their participation in the 2022 FIFA World Cup, with a few players also representing their country.

#3 Manchester United | $2.65 million

Because many of their stars performed well at the tournament in Qatar, Manchester United has also received $2.6 million from FIFA in the past month.

Harry Maguire, who hasn’t played much for Manchester United this season, was crucial to England’s success in the quarterfinals. Raphael Varane (France) and Lisandro Martinez (Argentina), two other center-backs, are FIFA World Cup finalists.

#2 Chelsea | $2.86 million

Chelsea had a strong presence at the FIFA World Cup this year.
Croatia’s Mateo Kovacic led them to the semi-finals, and Brazil’s Thiago Silva led them to the quarter-finals, likely in his final World Cup. Conor Gallagher, Mason Mount, and Raheem Sterling of England were all on the Three Lions team that lost in the quarterfinals.

While Kai Havertz (Germany) and Edouard Mendy (Senegal) gave mixed performances at the tournament, Christian Pulisic was another standout performer for the United States.

After his stellar performance on the biggest stage in international football, Ziyech, who has struggled for game time at Stamford Bridge, may get a new lease on life. In six games for the Atlas Lions, in which they lost to France in the semifinals, he scored once and assisted once.

Overall, Chelsea made $2.86 million at this World Cup, a figure that could have been higher if some of their injured players hadn’t been out. Due to various injuries, Ben Chilwell, Wesley Fofana, and N’Golo Kante all missed the tournament significantly.

#1 Manchester City | $4 million

Manchester City has gotten $4 million from FIFA up to this point, with the supreme Chief Association champions being vigorously addressed at the 2022 World Cup.

With four goals in five matches during his first FIFA World Cup, Julian Alvarez has unquestionably been one of the standout performers for Argentina, who emerged victorious. Ederson only played once for Brazil, which reached the quarterfinals, along with England with John Stones and Kyle Walker.

The City trio of Bernardo Silva, Joao Cancelo, and Ruben Dias from Portugal also lost in the last eight.
Aymeric Laporte and Rodri helped Spain reach the Round of 16 but were unable to advance them further.

As Belgium lost in the group stage, Kevin De Bruyne looked like a shadow of himself. Germany, led by Ilkay Gundogan, also failed to reach the knockout stage.

Alvarez, one of the Citizens’ teammates, had a good World Cup in 2022 and had a chance to bring home the trophy. In the meantime, Erling Haaland, whose Norway team did not qualify for the tournament, will get ready for the remainder of the club season.

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