Recently after news surfaced to the world of sports about The Red Devils acquiring the biggest shirt-only sponsor deal in the world of English Premier League clubs, some Man United key player have been secretly spotted with the new jerseys.
This news comes after the club released an official statement that read that Man United are partnering with TeamViewer as their next season's jersey sponsor and it will on for the next five years. The deal will cost the computer company, a whopping £235 million which will be received at the start of every season for the next five seasons.
Man United have once again started to rise to the perch they had been knocked off by their rivalries Manchester City and their long time rival Liverpool. The awakening of Merseyside club comes with benefits such as gaining this big-money deal despite the current financial problems caused by Covid-19. Their talisman Bruno Fernandes was spotted with the jersey and his pictures have surfaced online with many people left expressing their views on the jersey.
Martial and academy graduate who has once captained United this season, Scott McTomnay have been spotted wearing the jersey in what could be regarded as leaked advertising images. You can take a look of the pictures.
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