It has been 21 years since Juventus last lifted the European Cup. For that reason, the president, Andrea Agnelli, will fork out a massive sum if his side are able to add a third European title to the two they won in 1984-5 and 1995-96.
An increase on 2015's offer
A fee of €350,000 will be paid to each player should they manage to beat Real Madrid in Cardiff on Saturday night in the Champions League final. That is €50,000 more than he put on the table for the players had they managed to beat Barcelona in the 2015 - a game they lost 3-1.
Agnelli would pay just north of €9,000,000 to the 26 members of his squad should they emerge victorious from what is set to be an intriguing and exciting battle. Juventus have already won the scudetto and the Copa Italia and would really seal a special year under Max Allegri if they can beat Zidane's side in Wales.
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