With the 2022/ 2023 season set to begin this year August, English premier league teams are like to ditch some of their current training kits and jersey sponsors as was witnessed by Chelsea quitting Yokohama for three.
Manchester United are currently sponsored by the vehicle manufacturing company Chevrolet, and according to The Uk Athletic, the Red Devils have agreed a sponsorship deal worth 20 million Euros a year with the blockchain platform Tezos to become the club's new training kit sponsor.
The Athletic reported that the club have already shot Tezos' promotional materials at the Manchester training center with the exception of Carrington training ground. The agreement was reached after former sponsors, the American based company AON withdrew their deal after eight years.
The club have been training without a front of a shirt training sponsor this season. The reds had already held discussions with other companies and are now due to unveil major deal with Tezos.
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