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    Named the amount of bonus football for Liverpool for winning the Premier League: English football: Sports: Lenta.ru

    Liverpool footballers will receive more than four million pounds if they win the Premier League (Premier League). It is reported by The Daily Mail.

    Bonuses will be divided between players in proportion to the number of matches held in the championship. At the same time, the minimum bonus for each soccer player will be 150 thousand pounds (12.4 million rubles). A separate payment is provided for the head coach of the Reds Jürgen Klopp, but its size is not reported.

    Last season, Liverpool football players received a prize of seven million pounds for winning the Champions League. At the moment, the Merseysides scored 73 points in 25 rounds and lead the Premier League standings. The closest red pursuer, Manchester City, is 22 points behind the leader. Liverpool may prematurely issue the championship title in March.

    The Reds have never in their history won the Premier League, founded in 1992. The last time Liverpool became the champion of England in the 1989/90 season.

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