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Manchester United Clinch Record 5-Year £300M Kit Deal With Nike: Nightly Soccer Report

manchester united home shirt group 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.

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