Barcelona's Champions League Performance Sees UEFA Pay Increase To $27M
FC Barcelona "has increased" its prize money for its Champions League campaign by €3.9M ($5.1M) thanks to its 4-0 victory over AC Milan on Tuesday, according to SPORTUNE. The team has now generated €20.5M ($26.7M) with its performance in this year's Champions League. The number does not include the bonuses it will receive from TV revenue. Paris St. Germain is still the leader in the clubhouse with €21M ($27.3M) generated from its results in the Champions League this season. Turkish club Galatasaray, which beat Schalke 3-2 Tuesday night to also reach the quarterfinals, saw its pay from UEFA reach €19.5M ($25.4M). Schalke leaves the tournament with €16.6M ($21.2M) (SPORTUNE, 3/13).