That might go some way to paying for all these proposed January transfer deals.
Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City and Arsenal all received over a million dollars each for allowing their players to compete in the World Cup reports CaughtOffside.
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FIFA’s $70m compensation scheme re-numerates clubs every time a star from their side plays in an international competition.
World football’s governing body pays a player’s side $2,800 for every day they compete and this also includes official international duty outside of competitions.
Chelsea alone received almost £800,000 alone for the contribution of their players to their national sides
Bayern Munich were one of the biggest earners from the Brazil tournament, raking in $1,734,367.
Other European powerhouses; Real Madrid, Barcelona, Napoli and Juventus were the remaining clubs who took home a seven figure settlement.
The sum is given to clubs who officially registered a player in the previous two years.
League One side Ipswich surprisingly received the smallest amount of the 396 clubs in 57 countries that were compensated.
The Tractor Boys earned $6,300 or £4,000.