REVEALED: Tottenham Agrees Nike Kit Deal

Update: Daily Mail reports that Tottenham has agreed their new kit-supply deal with Nike starting next season. According to the report of Daily Mail journalist Charles Sale, Tottenham's Nike kit deal is worth £25m per season, much less than Chelsea's new Nike deal (£60m / season).

Tottenham Agrees Nike Deal




Original article / March 2016 Premier League giants Tottenham Hotspur are close to agreeing a multi-million pound shirt deal with Nike, according to the Daily Mail.

Tottenham is currently under contract with Under Armour for another season. The jersey supply deal between Tottenham Hotspur and Under Armour was signed in 2011 and is worth around £10m a year.

According to the report, talks between Nike and Tottenham Hotspur are already well-advanced and the new deal would be worth at least £30 million per season, which is the same amount Chelsea receive from Adidas and Arsenal from Puma. It would put Tottenham in 4th position globally, ahead of the likes of Barcelona, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain.

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