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Bayern Munich pocketed another cool €100m in Champions League earnings in 2022/23

Despite the early exit, the Bavarians can count on a handsome bounty.

FC Bayern München v Manchester City: Quarterfinal Second Leg - UEFA Champions League Photo by Matthias Hangst/Getty Images

Bayern Munich’s Champions League campaign reached another early stop by their own lofty standards. The quarter-finals exit against Manchester City marked three straight years of bowing out just before the semi-finals.

The elimination means Bayern will miss out on a significant bounty — but their stellar performance to this point means they have already banked a substantial amount of revenue:

After drawing Inter Milan and FC Barcelona in the group stages, and then Paris Saint-Germain at the Round of 16, it could have been a lot worse.

In the end, Julian Nagelsmann and Thomas Tuchel combined to coach the Bavarians to an 8-1-1 record out of their ten-game run this season, and the club will now consider how to reinvest in their squad for next season. The bitterness of the Manchester City defeat — like last season’s upset loss to Villareal — has the bosses already talking about the summer transfer window.

Can’t get enough analysis of the game? Then why not check out our postgame podcast? We break down what worked and what didn’t as Bayern Munich succumbed to another Champions League elimination to Manchester City. Listen to it below or on Spotify.

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