Manchester United’s record kit sponsorship deal with Adidas continues to stand as the biggest in the Premier League.

United receive £75 million each year as part of a deal which was agreed in 2015 and will run until 2025.

Yesterday Arsenal struck a deal with Adidas which will begin next year. They will command only £60 million per year.

Chelsea receive £60 million each season, The Mail report, with Tottenham following at a distance. They earn £30 million each season from Nike.

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Can United’s deal be toppled?

Liverpool and Manchester City’s current deals are both up for renewal this summer.


City currently receive £20 million each year, and Liverpool £25 million.

They are both likely to substantially increase their own earnings, but as Arsenal discovered this week, United are the benchmark when it comes to commercial appeal.

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Neither City or Liverpool are likely to earn £75 million United receive, and will fetch figures closer to Arsenal’s range.

This summer United spent less than the £75 million kit deal received on transfers, buying Fred for £53 million and Diogo Dalot for £19 million.

CEO Ed Woodward is great at raking in the money, but not the man United fans want in charge of spending it.

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