Chelsea are leading the way when it comes to English clubs profiting from European competitions this season.
Thomas Tuchel's Blues are in the semi-final of this season's Champions League, along with Manchester City, but have earned more than Pep Guardiola's side, according to figures from football-coefficient.eu.
Chelsea banked a cool £10.4million for their win over Porto in the quarter-finals, seeing them net a total of £79.8m so far this season.
Manchester City, meanwhile, have earned £76.8m.
Should Chelsea and Man City get the better of Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain respectively in their semi-finals then they will bank a further £13m for their club's coffers.
Winning the trophy would be worth an extra £3.5m.
Liverpool are third on the list of English clubs to earn big in the Champions League this season, banking £60.9m.
Jurgen Klopp's Reds were knocked out at the quarter-final stage by Real Madrid.
Manchester United failed to qualify from their Champions League group in a huge blow for the club, but they've been active in the Europa League, and have still earned a cool £50.7m for their exploits this season.
Mikel Arteta's Arsenal, meanwhile, have only played in the Europa League this campaign and have therefore earned considerably less than their Premier League rivals, just £14.4m.
Both Man United and Arsenal have reached the semi-final of this season's competition, which saw them make £2m each.
They will earn a further £3.9m if they progress to the final, and then £3.5m if they get their hands on the trophy.
Elsewhere, Tottenham, who were knocked out of the Europa League last 16 have banked £10.4m this season, and Leicester City, who went out in the first knockout stage, have taken home £7.7m.
Total prize money of English clubs in Europe, courtesy of football-coefficient.
Chelsea – £79.8m
Man City – 76.8m
Liverpool – £60.9m
Man Utd – £50.7m
Arsenal – £14.4m
Tottenham – £10.4m
Leicester City – £7.7m
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