Man United set for cash-windfall in £65m-a-year deal

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Manchester United are set to be given a huge financial boost after manager David Moyes confirmed that the club were in talks to get themselves a world-record kit deal, according to the Metro.

The Red Devils’ current 13-year agreement with Nike is set to end next year and, despite the fact it has been worth close to £303million for the club, it’s thought that they will opt to move to a lucrative deal with another supplier, with Adidas, Puma and Warrior all interested.

And the Metro is claiming that the new deal could potentially land them £65million-a-year, which will be great news for those hoping to see more blockbuster players making their way to Old Trafford.

Having already agreed upon a new mega-money kit-sponsor deal with Chevrolet that will commence as of this year, United are now sitting in a very comfortable position in monetary terms and as such Moyes could have a hefty war-chest with which to recruit the biggest names in football.

Following the arrival of Juan Mata for £37.1million there have been calls for the United boss to continue spending in order to improve his squad.

Moyes himself has admitted it will take as many as several acquisitions to bring the quality of the team up to the standard he wants it, and if they can land this mooted kit deal then he would certainly have the funds to bring in the faces to make it happen.

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