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Old Trafford To Stay Old Trafford

Manchester United have scoffed at reports that Old Trafford could be re-named to suit sponsors.

Utd and Vodafone confirmed that the current shirt sponsorship deal will finish at the end of this season, and the Reds will now look for new team shirt sponsors.

Commercial director Andy Anson issued a statement confirming 'The club feels that, in the current market, there is a genuine chance to attract significant additional investment. Initial soundings and discussions with a number of world class potential partners have been very encouraging and we are confident of securing a new deal in the coming months.'

Before adding 'Old Trafford will always be Old Trafford, we are not going to do a naming rights deal,'




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