Man United will become the first club to earn £1bn in the Premier League prize money next season after research commissioned by Spreadex revealed the all-time top flight prize money table from the last 24 seasons.
The Red Devils, who are set to announce Jose Mourinho as their new manager this week, will surpass the eye-watering sum if they achieve at least a 6th place Premier League finish next season.
United have earned more in EPL prize money than any other team, having won the title 13 times, nine times more than the closest rival, Chelsea.
This season, Arsenal received £100.9m in Premier League payments, while champions Leicester City were given £93.2m.
The City have banked nearly £325 million in prize money since they won promotion to the Premier League.
Andy Mackenzie, of Spreadex, said: "With the Premier League's 25th anniversary next year, we thought it would be interesting to see the full amounts that clubs have been awarded in prize money over the years".
"With 24 years of consistent growth, this shows that the English Premier League is arguably the most marketable and successful sports league worldwide".
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