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Next season's new TV deal, how will this impact Valencia and the Spanish primera

just have a look at this season compared to next in terms of money.

little Eibar must feel estatic, considering they had to raise $2.3 million to comply with a rule that requires every team to have a capital equal to 25% of the average expenses of all sides in the second division.

the tv money will primarily come down to league finishing positions next season.
 

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does it say €50M or €30M?

either way it's not that much compared to let's sat EPL which shares its money fairer
SKY and BT Sport just in the UK pay a record £5.136 billion for live Premier League TV rights for the 2016-17 season -- is impressive. How does that windfall get distributed to the clubs? As title winners, Chelsea earned £98.99 million while last season's bottom club, Queens Park Rangers, were awarded £64.8m. It is likely that the team that finishes 20th next season will pocket £99m next season while those at the top of the table will pocket more than £150m in prize money.
 
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