Manchester United have signed a deal with Chi Limited to become the club’s official soft drinks partner in Nigeria.
The deal becomes the latest in a string of regional sponsorships which has allowed United to enter into another new market and further boost the financial muscle behind United which finally culminated in serious investment into the squad this summer.
United’s corporate arm seems to know no bounds. In the past two months alone, United have agreed no less than seven separate deals, new and existing, that will all bring in extra revenue to the club.
You get the feeling United could sell ice to an eskimo and that although there has been a swathe of new deals over the past two years, it is only scratching the surface and United will be announced plenty more in the coming months.
United announces multi-year sponsorship with Chi Limited to become the Club's Official Soft Drinks Partner in Nigeria:http://t.co/P8ZiwHSmPQ
— MU Spokesperson (@MU_Spokesperson) October 29, 2014
United announces multi-year partnership with IVC as the Club's first Official Chinese Wellness Partner: http://t.co/GrE5tgBFEr
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Manchester United and STC bring MUTV to Middle East: http://t.co/LhOQBJT5TH
— MU Spokesperson (@MU_Spokesperson) October 14, 2014
Manchester United unveil Abengoa as the club’s first global Sustainable Technology Partner: http://t.co/511Aqtz4L4
— MU Spokesperson (@MU_Spokesperson) September 29, 2014
United announces that gloops, its social gaming partner in Japan, have extended their partnership with the Club: http://t.co/3v5SIMq3CK
— MU Spokesperson (@MU_Spokesperson) September 24, 2014
United announce five year extension of its partnership with leading Asian bank, Maybank, expanding into Philippines: http://t.co/ZD3aDqACwj
— MU Spokesperson (@MU_Spokesperson) September 18, 2014
Manchester United announce partnership with Association of Football Federations of Azerbaijan: http://t.co/m4igpu9f3o
— MU Spokesperson (@MU_Spokesperson) September 15, 2014