MANCHESTER UNITED are reportedly looking for a new shirt sponsor with
Chevrolet considering their future due to the Red Devils’ slump since Sir Alex Ferguson retired.
The American car manufacturer’s deal to have their logo on the front of United jerseys runs out in 2021.
Chevrolet brokered a whopping £450 million (US$563 million) deal in 2012 – worth a Prem-high £64m (US$80) a year – to sponsor Manchester United’s shirts from the 2014/15 season through until the end of the 2020/21 campaign.
But some at General Motors – the parent company – believed paying double that of previous sponsors Aon was simply too much.
In fact, global marketing chief Joel Ewanick left General Motors soon after
negotiating the deal in 2012 – although he maintained the deal was a “no-brainer”.
Now as the clock ticks towards the expiry date and Chevrolet yet to commit again, United may be forced to look elsewhere to secure a new sponsor.
A United spokesperson told The Times: “Chevrolet is a fantastic partner.
The sponsorship continues to achieve the brand and business objectives for both parties and we will continue to work to activate and maximise it.
Manchester United are looking for a new shirt sponsor as their deal with Chevrolet nears its end, according to multiple UK media reports.
The US car manufacturer has featured on the front of the Premier League giants’ jerseys since 2014 as part of a monster £450 million (US$563 million) agreement with the club through to 2021.
SCR99 Online Casino Rumoured To Replace USD 563 Million Chevrolet Deal With Manchester United
SCR99 is a popular Asian Online Betting Company that have been around for more than 12 years. It is rumoured that a USD800 Million Sponsorship deal with Man Utd is on the way.
The online casino has licenses to operate in multiple countries. They have been Asia’s most trust worthy online gaming site and have reportedly paid out more than US$1 billion in winnings last year.
SCR99 is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission for customers in Great Britain, licensed and regulated by PACGOR for customers in Philippines, Singapore, and Brunei, and licensed and regulated by the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner for all other customers.
Government and regulated by the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner for all other customers.
Throughout the years, SCR99 has been slowly removing the Asia in their name, and it seems that with the rumoured sponsorship deal with Man Utd, SCR99 is trying to put their foot in the international gaming market. No doubt, a currently popular site in Asia will soon become well known worldwide.