Manchester United have now announced the biggest shirt sponsorship deal in the English Premier League history, MySportDab reports.
The Red Devils agreed a five-year contract with German tech company named TeamViewer from next season.
The new company will replace Chevrolet, who have been Manchester United’s main shirt sponsor since 2014.
The new contract with TeamViewer is worth around £47million per season across five years at a total of £235m.
This is now the largest sponsorship deal by a sports club during the coronavirus pandemic around the world.
Some football clubs are still struggling financially without matchday revenue from fans at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils director Richard Arnold said: ‘We are proud to establish this partnership with one of the most exciting software companies in the world.
‘The ability to connect remains very important to us and our community of 1.1 billion fans around the world.
‘We are delighted to work with TeamViewer for a partnership based on connecting people and businesses.’
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) March 19, 2021
MySportDab understands that the new United deal is similar to Barcelona’s 55 million euros (£47million) per season agreement with Rakuten.
Now, Manchester United’s TeamViewer agreement is the biggest shirt-only agreement in the Premier League History.
TeamViewer have a blue company logo, but it will shown in white on Manchester United’s red kit next season.
TeamViewer chief executive Oliver Steil said: ‘We are delighted to announce this partnership with Manchester United.
“It will expand our brand position and help us reach more customer segments globally.
‘Manchester United and TeamViewer together as global winning teams, we are Together as Team United and will bring the best fan experience at Old Trafford.
‘We are happy Manchester United picked chose to work with us as on this journey.’