England players are in line to receive £500,000 in bonuses from the Football Association (FA) if they lift the 2022 World Cup.
Their top players will also land commercial bonuses worth several million pounds, each from their personal sponsors.
The Mail on Sunday reports that the FA have more than doubled the size of the players’ bonus pot from the 2018 World Cup to about £13million.
This figure would be shared among Gareth Southgate’s 26-man squad.
Southgate himself would also receive a bonus of about £3m.
Brazil offer the biggest bonuses, which are majorly funded by their £30m-a-year kit deal with Nike.
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