There are three companies seemingly in the running to become Inter’s next main shirt sponsor according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper Tuttosport.
Inter’s current main shirt sponsor agreement with long term sponsors Pirelli is due to expire at the end of next season and Inter’s owners Suning are looking to get a new main shirt sponsor, who can pay more than Pirelli can.
Pirelli, who have been Inter’s main shirt sponsors since 1995, currently pay Inter a guaranteed sum of €10.5 million a year, that can rise to €19 million, and Suning hope to be able to get at least €30 million as part of a new main shirt sponsorship agreement.
The Evergrande Group, Alibaba and Samsung are three companies who could potentially become Inter’s new main shirt sponsor starting from the 2021/22 season.
The report from the Turin based newspaper goes on to add that whilst Pirelli look set to be replaced as main shirt sponsor, they could still continue to sponsor Inter and could sponsor the Nerazzurri’s training gear.
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