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United Net 750 million Adidas Kit Deal

Rumours have been doing the rounds for several weeks now about a possible mega-bugs deal with the German giant to manufacture our kit.

Our current manufacturer Nike had, virtually, admitted they didn`t see a deal being renewed stating it as not viable financially, leaving the door open for ADIDAS to come aboard with a deal worth 750 million (minimum) over 10 years.

The deal ends Nike`s thirteen year association with United but also proves that even though United slipped out of the qualification places for the Champions League next season the brand is still recognizable worldwide and considered a stable one.

Our congratulations go to all who played their part in getting this fantastic deal sorted.




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday July 14 2014

Time: 6:01PM

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A massive deal for the club. As said before hopefully the extra funds are used to revamp the squad with the quality of player this club should boast.
TheFamousNo7
Thats great 75 million a season, so how much will be invested in the club and I'm not talking about plush seats for the directors and how much will be making its way across the Atlantic to Uncle Malc's mausoleum. All we seem to hear about are commercial deals, every poxy week we 've got a new tyre sponsor or another Malaysian toothpaste has come on board Brand United.
Kanchelskis
Cracking kit deal hopefully it's used sensibly to pay off the bloody debt. Only downside I've noticed every paper giving it "well united have the kit deal they can afford anyone now" reporters really must be thick as *****. Yes the deals in place but we don't get it till 2015 you bullwaste peddling fu(ktards! Till then we're still 50mil short thanks to lack of European football and have to live within our means thanks to ffp. The way their going on you'd think Adidas just handed us 750 mill yesterday.
MotorMad
lol Motor bunch of fu(tards indeed.
Kanchelskis
Saying that Motor it's got to be said if we can reclaim Champions League football then next year we'll be announcing massive, record breaking profits (again!) what with all the extra revenue from the Premier League TV Rights deal, Champions League Football, the Adidas deal and the Chevrolet deal. The Glazers would have no excuse to not invest in the club.
TheFamousNo7
True but till then we're still shorter on funds than we should be thanks to last season. If the Glazers don't start stumping up the cash next season though heads need to roll.
MotorMad
 

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