Pep Guardiola’s stars finally confirmed their place as English champions when their nearest challengers Manchester United failed to beat West Brom on Sunday afternoon.
The club’s gaggle of superstars are reportedly set to split a £10 million bonus between them but the title win will also mean the club’s hierarchy are forced to write a few more cheques.
According to the Liverpool Echo, Liverpool should expect to receive a cool £1million from City as part of the deal which took Raheem Sterling to the Etihad several years ago.
The initial fee was £44 million, with a further £5 million based on certain objectives being met, one of which is winning the Premier League.
Moreover, Spurs are set to receive £1.5 million as part of the deal which saw Kyle Walker join City last summer, whilst German club Schalke are set to receive £865,000 as part of the Leroy Sane transfer.
It might seem like quite a lot of money to most teams, but we reckon the paymasters at City are good for it.