Parma to Leave Èrrea After 17 Seasons to Sign With Puma

Èrrea are set to leave Parma after 17 seasons, according to a report by ParmaToday.

Parma are set to sign a kit deal with Puma, which is part of a globalization strategy by American owner Kyle Krause, who acquired the club in 2020.

According to the report, Parma Calcio's current deal with Èrrea was due to run for another two seasons after this one, which means that the club will have to pay a cancellation fee before being able to announce any new partnership.

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Continuing, ParmaToday write that Èrrea did respond to a request for comment. Oddly, it's stated that Krause's team did not even personally transmit the decision to Èrrea, despite its founder Angelo Torrile still being a prt-owner of the club. Angelo Gandolfi, who founded Èrrea in Torrile, just outside Parma, in 1988, is one of seven local business owners who helped rebuild Parma after the bankruptcy in 2015.

To see all kits from the Èrrea x Parma era, check out the club's full kit history over on Football Kit Archive

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