Man City Agree £650m Deal With Puma, Sign Second Biggest Kit Deal In EPL
Man City, Puma Agree Deal

Manchester City gets behind city rival, Manchester United, has the club signed the second biggest kit deal in the English Premier League.

The Citizen agreed on a ten-year kit deal worth £650million with a leading sportswear company, Puma.

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City, who currently work in partnership with Nike, will see a new sponsorship contract kick in from the summer of 2019.

The deal sits only behind Manchester United’s with Adidas when it comes to the most lucrative in the English top-flight.

Concise News gathered that the new deal will also cover sister clubs like Melbourne City, Girona, Atlético Torque and Chinese club Sichuan Jiuniu.

The deal overtakes Arsenal’s £60million partnership with Adidas, and Chelsea’s Nike deal for the same amount as it stands at £65million-a-year.

Chief executive Ferran Soriano, said it was an unprecedented partnership which he described as historical.

“It’s a historic day for us because what we are doing has not been done before, an unprecedented partnership covering five clubs over four continents.” He said.

Man City Agree £650m Deal With Puma, Sign Second Biggest Kit Deal In EPL

Puma, recently have boot deals with Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany and David Silva, reckon it is the biggest deal in their history, despite having had tie-ups with Arsenal, Newcastle, Borussia Dortmund, AC Milan and the Italian national team.

Bjorn Gulden, chief executive of Puma, said: “Puma’s partnership with City Football Group is the largest deal that we have ever done – both in scope and ambition.

“We are very excited to partner with City Football Group, whose success, ambition and drive for innovation has seen them setting new standards, on and off the field.

“We look forward to building the most innovative partnership in football by redefining the sports partnership model both on and off the pitch.

“We want to maximise on-field performance as well as football culture, in areas such as music, gaming and fashion to connect and inspire the fanbase of each team.” He concluded.