Manchester United have already earned a massive £50m from their Champions League campaign.
The Sun says United have already banked more than £50m from this season's Champions League - before kicking a ball.
Uefa's controversial new rankings system, based on historical European results, sees the Old Trafford outfit placed fifth in the list behind holders Real Madrid.
That ranking earns United £27.6m in addition to the £13.6m every club in the group stages receives as a qualification payment.
United also earn £8.9m as their initial share of the £29.6m English TV “market pool", split based on domestic finishing positions, adding up to £50.1m.
Prem champions City have banked £47m, with Liverpool £10m behind them and Spurs, 19th in the rankings list, collecting £33.3m so far.