for our daily to get the day's biggest stories delivered straight Manchester United have Champions League football in their sights heading into the final week of the Premier League season. The Reds beat Bournemouth 1-0 on Saturday to grasp the top four and leave their fate in their own hands. Erik Ten Hag's side are clearing three points from Liverpool in fifth place after a draw with Aston Villa alone, with Newcastle United to finish third. He can still overhaul. And while the benefits of securing a place in Europe's elite competition are evident, United will also seek to maximize their season's gains with a strong finish. The Reds are sure to pull a big chunk out of the Premier League given the riches available to clubs in top-flight. Also Read Player Ratings VS Bournemouth Big TV deals at home and abroad mean even clubs are pocketing more than £100m, and those at the top end of the table can find it with around £150m in the bank. Specific figures aren't offered by the Premier League until after the season, but using figures from last year's United' It is possible to predict how much will win and how they can inflate the crates even more. Last season, each club earned a shade under £32m from their equal share of the UK TV deal, while clubs were paid between £11m and £25m in facility fees depending on how many times they were aired. United earned more than £24m and the volume of matches shown on the box. The international TV deal earned clubs £55m in equal shares and centralized commercial payments, raising the run total to nearly £111m. And that's where the money is still in the final league positions. Each club is paid two merit payouts and the difference between finishing third or fifth, realistic parameters facing United in the final week of the season, is just under £4m. Last season it was awarded £39m in prize money in third place. The fifth figure was just over £35m and was aware of around £2m per place at the table. All said United could still be chasing close to £150m over the last two games. Read next