Arsenal are currently on track to finish in the Premier League’s top four, and their players will be rewarded handsomely if they do.

According to the Daily Mail, Arsenal players would get lump-sum bonuses of up to £500,000 if they return to the Champions League this season.

These incentives are not distributed evenly across the squad, but the largest is the massive £500k sum.

Additionally, the article indicates that a top-four finish would activate stipulations in some contracts, increasing weekly compensation for those players.

Qualifying for the Champions League is worth approximately £50 million to a club in terms of broadcast revenue and prize money, which helps to keep the massive pay-outs affordable.

Arsenal have won their previous four Premier League games and have only lost once in their last ten.

They are one point and one spot ahead of fifth-placed Manchester United, but importantly have three games in hand on both the Red Devils and sixth-placed West Ham.

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