Real Madrid will have to pay Tottenham Hotspur an additional eight million euros for Gareth Bale deal after having won the Champions League, Spanish newspaper As has claimed.
Since Los Blancos were crowned European champions for the tenth time in their history, there has been plenty of speculation about how much Spurs will earn from their success.
Reliable digital newspaper ElConfidencial stated a few days ago that the Champions League win would cost Real 32 million euros on bonuses and clauses, five of them heading to Tottenham.
However, As says there was a eight-million clause inserted during the negotiations between Florentino Perez and Daniel Levy last summer.
Ever since Real Madrid won La Decima, there has been plenty of speculation about how much Tottenham earned from the Los Blancos success.
Moreover, there are rumours of a clause also being inserted into the deal to bring Luka Modric to the Santiago Bernabeu. That would increase the amount Real Madrid will have to pay Spurs this summer.
In any case, after Real Madrid, Spurs will surely be the most pleased club with the Champions League final result.
Los Merengues will also pay every player a bonus of 825,000 before taxes. The technical staff and the assistants will also received an extra pay.
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