- Florentino Perez will pay players, coaches and even administrative staff a full months wages as bonus
- The team will first have to win a La Liga and Champions League double before they can be rewarded
- Los Blancos have not won La Liga and Europe's biggest club competition in the same season since 1958
NAIJ.com understands that the management of Real Madrid is preparing to handsomely reward players, coaches and even administrative staff if the team manages to secure an elusive league and European double.
Los Blancos have not won La Liga and Europe's biggest club competition in the same season since 1958.
Real Madrid have won Champions League on two of the last three occasions (and 11 times in total).
Club president Florentino Perez has arranged to have those involved with the club to be awarded full month's wages (amounting to €40m in total) if the team can win both competitions this season.
Reports say that the bonuses will be funded from ticketing revenue.
Real last won La Liga success in 2012, but were eliminated by Champions League runners-up Bayern Munich at the semi final stage.
In the league, Real remain level on points with Barcelona, but have a game in hand over the Catalans who crashed out of the Champions League at the quarter-finals to Juventus.