Manchester City players will be rewarded with a £15m bonus to split between themselves, if they can secure an unprecedented domestic treble.
The Citizens will return to the top of the Premier League pile with a victory over Leicester City on Monday night, one more match standing between them and a second successive title, thereafter.
They also meet Watford in the FA Cup final on 18 May having already secured the EFL Cup courtesy of a nervy penalty shootout triumph over Chelsea.
Pep Guardiola's men are currently two points behind rivals Liverpool in the table with a game in hand and would become the first club to retain the Premier League trophy in a decade if they can hold off the Reds' challenge.
The Telegraph report that completing such a historic achievement - along with triumph in both domestic cup competitions - would land the City squad a cool £15m bonus due to clauses written in the players' contract.
Though the maximum bonus pool that can be spread across the team for winning the aforementioned silverware is in excess of £20m, the final figure will not reach so high as individuals must play in at least 60% of City's minutes per competition to receive the full amount.
In general, players who are on the field for less than the requisite 60% of minutes receive half of their negotiated fee, though there are exceptions.
In cases where injury has prevented a squad member from featuring as often as they otherwise would have, a deal can be struck between player and club to come to a compromise regarding bonuses.