Winning the UEFA Champions League may have just gotten a new premium meaning as Paris St-Germain owner, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, is set to reward all of the clubs players with €1 million each if they clinch the title on Sunday.
A paycheck of 500,000 euros awaits each Paris Saint-Germain player if they lift the first Champions League in the club’s history, which would be added to the 500,000 euros they have already pocketed for winning other competitions.
The prize is based on a gentleman’s agreement made between the club boss and Zlatan Ibrahimovic back in 2013.
Since Khelaifi’s purchase of the club back in 2011, he hasn’t hidden his desire to win the most prestigious title in club football.
Optimism is high for the Parisians as they have reached their first final in the club’s history after securing a 3-0 victory over German side, RB Leipzig.
They now face the daunting task of overcoming another German side, Bayern Munich in the final to clinch fame, glory and another €500,000 payday.