Amount of money each Premier League club has made in Europe this season

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

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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