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 unlike its original one which is normally blue in color
The choice of the color may be because of matching and avoiding color clashing. Launched in 2005, TeamViewer focuses on cloud-based technologies to enable online remote support and collaboration globally.
Manchester united have had several jerseys sponsors in the past. Some of them are Vodafone, Sharp, AON and AIG. The current one is a car producing company known as Chevrolet. Manchester united have been making a lot of income in jersey compared to any other football clubs around the globe. This is because of big support in almost all the continents and good marketing. The designer and maker of United Jersey is the Adidas which have been producing training and playing jerseys for the team.
How do you compare new Manchester united jersey sponsor with the previous one? Which one is your favorite? Drop your comments below.
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