Manchester United have unveiled Abengoa as its Official Sustainable Technology Partner in the third announcement of a deal this September.
Abengoa’s announcement follows Gloop as the club’s Social Gaming partner in Japan and a deal with Azerbaijan’s Football Federation to help promote youth football in the country.
United’s corporate arm continues to grow from strength to strength and the fact three new deals have been announced in September alone is a testament to that.
On top of all the current global, media, financial and regional deals United already have in place, the latest three deals mean United now have in excess of 55 partners.
United’s club record spend of over £150m this summer was the first time since the Glazers takeover that United spent more money on transfers than on interest repayment and could mark the start of a big spending era.
With so many partners being announced every year as well as lucrative global deals with the likes of Adidas and Chevrolet, United’s spending power is exponentially increasing and doesn’t look like slowing down any time soon.