Manchester City will exchange Nike equipment for Puma equipment next season after signing a sponsorship contract with the German multinational company on Thursday.
According to information published by The Telegraph newspaper, the Manchester club has signed a sponsorship agreement with the German multinational guaranteeing for the next 10 years 650 million pounds, about 759 million euros.
"Puma's partnership with the City Football Group is the biggest deal we've ever made – both in size and ambition," said Bjorn Guiden, CEO of Puma, in a statement released on Thursday.
"We are very excited about this partnership with the City Football Group, whose success, ambition and innovation has led them to set new standards, both on and off the field," it can be read in the same statement.
With the signing of the agreement between Puma and the City Football Group, the German multinational will also equip the other teams detitas by the company founded by Deputy Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, namely the Melbourne City of Australia, Girona of Spain, Torque Club of Uruguay and Sichuan Jiuniu of China.