Manchester United In Talks Over New £70 Million Shirt Sponsorship Deal As Ed Woodward Strikes a deal
By NewsGuru1 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 3 views
Manchester United are in talks over a new sponsorship deal with an American Software Company.
The American Car Producers by name “Chevrolet” have been the shirt sponsors of man united since 2014 in a deal which is worth £64 Million, making it the world highest football shirt sponsorship deal. The deal was supposed to end in 2020, but Man United Chief Executive, Ed Woodward activated a 1 year clause which means the deal runs out in 2021. Due to the financial impact of The Corona Virus epidermic on football clubs, man united have had to depend on financial accrument from areas such as shirt sells etc. Since fans are not yet allowed into the stadiums due to Covid 19 protocols.
The club have now decided to turn their attention into getting a more Lucrative deal on their shirt sponsorship, all thanks to Ed Woodward. If the Deal goes through, it becomes the world most lucrative shirt sponsorship deal in football.
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