The Champions League is now firmly in sight for Antonio Conte and his Tottenham team heading into the final game of the 2021/22 season. In a two-way fight with Arsenal for a place in Europe's premier competition with Manchester United and West Ham dropping out of the running, Spurs are now in the driving seat ahead of Sunday's trip to Norwich City.

The ideal fixture going into the final day with the Canaries bottom of the table, a point will be enough due to their two-point advantage over Arsenal unless their rivals beat Everton 16-0. However, Conte and his players will be intent on getting the job done in style as they aim to clinch a place in Europe's premier competition for the first time since 2019/20.

Missing out on Champions League income over the past two seasons, it was always imperative for Spurs to secure a top-four finish given what's happened across the globe over the past two years. So how much could the Lilywhites be set to earn if they do indeed wrap up Champions League football come 5.45pm on Sunday?