Nike and Warrior in Bidding War Over Kit Deal for Manchester United: The Daily EPL
Nike and Warrior are in a bidding war over a new kit deal for Manchester United, according to a report in The Daily Mail newspaper.
Manchester United look likely to break through the £30 million per year barrier to receive a record kit deal either from current kit providers Nike or American company Warrior Sports, who recently jumped into the soccer world when they signed Liverpool to a deal.
When the deal ends at the end of the 2014-15 season, who would you prefer to see Manchester United wearing — Nike or Warrior? Post your opinion in the comments section below.
Here are today’s Premier League news headlines:
- Man United to welcome bidding war over kit deal between Nike and Warrior — The Mail
- EA: “We Want FIFA 14 To Outsell Call Of Duty” — FIFA Soccer Blog
- Suarez fined; Asks Liverpool donate money to the Hillsborough Family Support Group — The Mirror
- Liverpool have no intention of selling Suárez despite bite — The Guardian
- Patrick Barclay: Fact is Liverpool can’t afford to walk alone without Luis Suarez — Evening Standard
- Suarez offered anger management counselling by PFA after biting Branislav Ivanovic — Telegraph
- Luis Suarez kicked & clotheslined Branislav Ivanovic in May 2012 — 101 Great Goals
- Harry Redknapp regrets failure to sign Peter Odemwingie from West Brom — The Independent
- Rickie Lambert hits out at Michu PFA shortlist omission — ESPN
- Adam Le Fondre is unsure whether he will still be at Reading next season — BBC Sport
- Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer first overseas player to join 500 club — Premier League
- Can Manchester United achieve a record Premier League points haul? — The Independent
- Wayne Rooney could be burning out at Manchester United — The Mail
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