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Top 7: Football's biggest kit deals (1)

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Manchester United are expected to announce a new world-record kit deal with Nike that is believed to be worth more than £600million.

According to the Daily Mirror, the reigning Premier League champions have secured a 10-year extension with their current kit supplier that will more than treble the earnings made from the existing arrangement.

The major financial boost couldn't have come at a better time for the Red Devils, who look set to miss out on Champions League qualification this season, following a disappointing debut campaign at Old Trafford for David Moyes in the post Sir Alex Ferguson era.

News of the record-breaking investment will ensure money is available for the new manager to overhaul his squad, as he looks to make Manchester United contenders once again, on both a domestic and European level.

Manchester United's existing deal with the American sportswear giant earns them approximately £23.5million-a-season, but they now stand to bank more than £60million-a-year over the course of a decade-long agreement.

The new deal is also almost double that of their nearest competitors, and sees them jump from sixth place to top spot on the list of seven most lucrative kit deals in football history.

Click through the tabs - above or below - to check out the order of biggest deals, and have your say in the comment box provided which players you'd like to see Manchester United sign with their new investment!

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