The record £5.14 billion Premier League TV rights deal kicked in during the 2016/17 season, meaning top flight clubs are poised to score record earnings this year. Now the season is done, Sporting Intelligence's Nick Harris has worked out exactly how much prize money each club will take home. Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, and Liverpool were some of the best sides in England this season, but their earnings do not necessarily reflect where they finished in the actual league. The earnings were calculated by adding up three things: Initial equal share fund — every side receives £84.4 million for competing in the Premier League Performance ranking — finish higher, earn more money TV
Real Madrid star Isco has confirmed he will continue at the Santiago Bernabeu next season after Los Blancos lifted the La Liga title with a 2-0 victory over Malaga on Sunday (21 May). Manchester City, Chesea, Juventus and even Barcelona had been linked with the Spanish international in recent months but the midfielder has assured he won't move anywhere. Isco, 25, was already heavily linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur in the last summer transfer window after falling out of favour with Zinedine Zidane.
Ronald Koeman has confirmed that Ross Barkley's future at Everton will be decided on Monday (22 May). Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal have been linked with the England international in recent weeks and the Dutch boss admitted that he doesn't know whether the midfielder will continue at Goodison Park next season. Barkley's future at Everton has been under big scrutiny in recent weeks after Koeman himself confirmed that Everton will put him in the market if he doesn't sign a new deal – as his current contract will expire in the summer of 2018.