Manchester United will continue to wear the giant German brand Adidas for at least another 12 years.
The current agreement between the Red Devils and Adidas ended in the summer of 2025, but the parties have reached an agreement to extend the cooperation for another 10 years.
The English giant has announced that it has extended the cooperation with Adidas for another 10 years and according to the new contract the English club will collect about 1 billion euros.
United’s deal with the German sportswear brand as their official kit supplier runs until 2035 and the club confirm they are guaranteed a minimum of £900m (€1bn) in revenue.
The deal brings economic stability to United at a time when the club has been put up for sale.
The American owners are evaluating the offers of Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani and the Englishman Jim Ratcliffe, until the month of August is expected to be decisive for the sale of the club.