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Spain Players Will Net An Incredible Bonus If They Win A Second World Cup

Spain Players Will Net An Incredible Bonus If They Win A Second World Cup

Details of the bonuses Spain players if they win the World Cup in Russia have emerged online.

La Roja's last World Cup campaign ended in disappointment when they finished third in Group B after picking up just one win in the group phase.

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It was a terribly limp defence of their World Cup crown but under Julen Lopetegui, they are unbeaten since he took over from Vicente Del Bosque after Euro 2016.

With a group comprising Morocco, Iran and Euro 2016 champions Portugal, Spain should have no issues qualifying from group.

According to AS, should Sergio Ramos, Diego Costa and David Silva progress, every player will pocket £26,000.

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If they get to the final, but fail to win, £83,000 will be the amount they get. But if the two-time European champions go all the way and win the World Cup for the second time in their history, every squad member is entitled to a handsome £110,000.

It's also been reported by the source that all the players were rewarded with a plush Patek Philippe Nautilus watch for getting to the World Cup.

While their 2010 class was a special team, their options all over the pitch at present are seriously impressive and you'd be right to have them down as one of their favourites for this year's competition.

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You know your options are something special when Cesc Fabregas, Juan Mata, Javi Martinez, Alvaro Morata can't get a look-in in the latest squad for friendlies against Germany and Argentina.

They've got about five/six top players for every position, with midfield options particularly tasty.

Imagine having Sergio Busquets, Thiago, David Silva, Andres Iniesta, Isco, Marco Asensio, Suso, Saul and Koke at your disposal? It's just not fair.

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Topics: Football News, Sergio Ramos, Football, David Silva, Diego Costa, World Cup, Julen Lopetegui, Spain

Josh Lawless

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