Manchester United have secured a new shirt sponsor deal with TeamViewer worth £235 million ($326m) ahead of their current deal with Chevrolet expiring.
The deal, which is the biggest shirt-only sponsor in the Premier League, will see TeamViewer’s logo in white on the front of United shirts from the start of next season.
What does the deal mean?
Chevrolet have been the club’s main shirt sponsor for nearly seven years but, despite agreeing to extend their deal for six months, which would take them halfway through next season, there was no plan to extend it for an eighth year.
TeamViewer have now been confirmed as the club’s principal shirt sponsor for the next five years. It is understood the deal is worth around £47m ($65m) per season and will see United earn around £235m during the duration of the contract. It puts the deal on a level with the one Barcelona signed with Rakuten back in 2016 and United believe it is the biggest shirt only deal in the Premier League.