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Manchester United send a message to Liverpool and FSG with a £ 235m deal
Manchester United’s commercial division continues to deliver the goods.
Despite what has been a decade on the pitch in terms of awards, however Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may have tried to turn him around recently, it has not diminished his ability to gain historic status and success to bring in the biggest deals of English Football.
The latest is another milestone for United, signing a five-year contract with technology company TeamViewer worth around £ 235m, a figure that makes it the largest single-shirt contract of its kind in United. English football history.
TeamViewer, a software company that provides remote access solutions to businesses to control the maintenance and remote control of computers and other devices, will begin its connection to United next season and replace the Scottish car company. SA Chevrolet on both home and away Old Trafford club shirts since the start of the 2021/22 campaign.
A figure of £ 47m per quarter, along with the £ 75m per quarter they receive from manufacturer Adidas, puts them at the forefront when it comes to commercial partnerships.
For Fenway Sports Group, Manchester United ‘s ability to downplay their historic success and global standing is something they really want a bit of at Liverpool.
They have already gone on to address the first gap, taking Nike on board as a crooked supplier in an expected deal, although they only order a base fee of £ 30m each. quarter, rising above the £ 70m mark through its stimulated structure, which is kicking back 20 per cent in nations on sales of Liverpool – branded goods worldwide.
Add to that LeBron James ’most important interests now through his partial ownership of FSG and status as Nike’s main client and you have the ability to set that top United to be strike over the next 12 to 18 months.
It won’t be until the end of the 2022/23 season that Liverpool look to hire a major shirt partner, or keep the existing one with Standard Chartered longer.
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Zinedine Zidane is bidding for Liverpool after the Champions League draw
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane believes he knows what to expect from Liverpool in their Champions League show – and has dispelled fears that his team will going against Barcelona.
The Reds were drawn against the 13-time European champions in the semi-finals of next month.
Under Zidane, Real won their latest crown by defeating Liverpool in the final in Kiev three years ago.
And French legend is braced for another all-powerful tussle with Jurgen Klopp’s side.
“We know it’s going to be a tough game,” Zidane said, speaking to the media ahead of Real’s La Liga trip to Celta Vigo on Saturday. “At this stage every team is very difficult.
“This is going to be a challenging game. We know about them and they’re going to want more from us physically.
“That will be after the internationals and we are aiming for the game in Vigo.”
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With UK arrivals currently barred from entering Spain, the first leg – to be played at Madrid high school Alfredo Di Stefano with work in progress on at the Bernabeu – taking place in a different county.
However, the Spanish government is reviewing restrictions later this month, and Zidane said: “We do not know what will happen after March 30.
“We’ll play wherever they tell us to play. We’d prefer to play at the Di Stefano, but we’ll see what they say”.
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