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“💰🔥 BREAKING: Manchester United’s Windfall! Premier League’s New Prize Money Rule Spells Potential Bonanza for the Red Devils! 🌟⚽ Brace Yourself for the Game-Changing Revelation That Could Transform United’s Fortunes!”

The Premier League’s decision to remove 10 points from Everton for violating the Profit and Sustainability regulations has reignited the argument between the “top-six” and the other teams in the league.

As suggested by Everton’s statement, clubs outside the top six are being made an example of, while teams like Chelsea and Manchester City continue to escape harsh penalties.

A new rule that affects these clubs might soon make them even more enraged.

According to The Telegraph, the Premier League is in the process of implementing a new system for distributing prize money to its clubs.As suggested by Everton’s statement, clubs outside the top six are being made an example of, while teams like Chelsea and Manchester City continue to escape harsh penalties.

A new rule that affects these clubs might soon make them even more enraged.

According to The Telegraph, the Premier League is implementing a new system for

At the moment, the money is divided in a ratio of 1.6:1.

That implies that, due to their Premier League status, bottom club Southampton earned £100 million last year, while table-topping Manchester City brought home roughly £161 million.

The ratio might rise to 1.8:1 under the new regulations, meaning less money would trickle down and more money would go to the teams that finish at or near the top of the league.

Because they will receive a larger portion of competition earnings, clubs that already earn more money from their size and commercial revenue will see their income gap widen as a result of this change.

According to the analysis, the rise in league income and the Consumer Price Index are the driving forces behind this modification.

This is being brought about to solve such “swings and roundabouts” because a high rate of inflation has been determined to be advantageous for smaller teams, according to the report.

For United, this move will be beneficial but the increasing wealth gap, and the tendency to widen it further, wouldn’t bode well for the league.

The concentration of resources and victories at the top of the table hurts the marketability of the league in the long run, as French and German leagues can attest to.

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