Manchester United Clinch Record 5-Year £300M Kit Deal With Nike: Nightly Soccer Report
Manchester United have clinched a record £300million shirt deal with Nike that will keep the Red Devils wearing the swoosh icon for another five years. The deal will be a world record fee for a soccer shirt deal.
It’s more than triple the amount of money that United currently receive under their current deal with Nike, and it smashes the previous world record of £31million a year by adidas/Real Madrid.
United are expected to officially announce the deal as early as Friday.
Here are tonight’s world soccer headlines:
- Manchester United: ‘Red Devils clinch £300M Nike kit deal’ — The Mirror
- Eden Hazard wary of Manchester City with Vincent Kompany returning — The Guardian
- Claims that Manchester City’s Yaya Touré is ‘exaggerating’ shows how bad the racism problem is in Russia — Telegraph
- Newcastle United horse punch fan Barry Rogerson jailed — BBC Sport
- Jose Mourinho receives fine from Football Association over improper conduct — FOX Soccer
- Stoke winger Matthew Etherington turned to loan sharks to cover gambling debts — The Mirror
- Liverpool legend Dalglish set to return to football – in India — Les Rosbifs
- Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley makes £106MILLION from Sports Direct shares sale — The Mirror
- Martin Jol has confirmed Fulham have offered Steve Sidwell a one-year deal — Sky Sports
- Hull lose goalkeeper Allan McGregor until Christmas with thigh strain — The Mirror
- Jermain Defoe deserves my European goal record, says Tottenham icon Martin Chivers — Metro
- Martin Jol has no regrets over turning down Sir Alex Ferguson — The Mirror
- Germany to bid for Euro 2024 — The Independent
- Yaya Touré: players could boycott 2018 World Cup in Russia over racism — The Guardian
- Report: 18-year-old wunderkind Julian Green called up to USMNT — Pro Soccer Talk
- Adidas strikes huge kit deal with Juventus — SportsPro
- Spain: 2013-14 La Liga location-map — Billsportsmaps
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