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Man United get slice of £119m windfall in summer transfer window amid Erik ten Hag sack decision


Manchester United may receive a helpful boost to their summer transfer window ambitions when the 2024 UEFA European Championships, which begin in Germany the following week, are over.

The club’s new minority owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe has not yet made a decision regarding Erik ten Hag’s future at Old Trafford, but it seems certain that whoever is in the dugout by the end of the Euros will have gotten some fresh funding. Eight Red Devils players have been selected for the tournament by their home countries; Luke Shaw and Kobbie Mainoo were both included in Gareth Southgate’s 26-man England roster.

In Group C, Rasmus Hojlund and Christian Eriksen will represent Denmark against the Three Lions, while Scott McTominay is a lock for the Scotland team. One of the pre-tournament favorites, Portugal, called up Bruno Fernandes and Diogo Dalot for international service, and Altay Bayindir was included in Turkey’s 26-man roster.

Man United will receive a portion of the tournament’s earnings from UEFA as part of the Club Benefits Programme as a result of these players. This program, which has been in place for every major competition since the 2018 World Cup, compensates clubs whose players are elected in the summer.


Since UEFA has already stated that the allocation procedure won’t likely alter significantly from that of Euro 2020, we can already make an educated estimate as to how much each club will most likely earn. Apart from the declaration that the total money paid to clubs for the finals would increase from €130m (£110m) to €140m (£119m), no other final details have been revealed.

Each club will get a set amount of money per player each day; payments will start ten days prior to a team’s first match in the finals and continue until the day after the team is eliminated. A Category 1 club such as Manchester United was paid €8,700 (£7,400) each player per day at Euro 2020.

Man United will receive between £1.5 million and £2 million for having eight players in the group stage, but they may receive more if more of those players advance farther in the competition. With so many players competing among the top teams in the league, they may be destined for another World Cup victory in 2022.

United received a whopping £21.9 million after the Qatar tournament, which happened in the middle of the winter season two years ago. Each club received £8,200 for each player they sent to the event, with a maximum of 12 players on duty.



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