Everton to Sign Castore Shirt Deal Despite Aston Villa's Wet Kit Issues

Everton are reportedly set to sign a shirt deal with Castore from next season, as their current deal with Hummel is set to expire at the end of the current season. This is reported by The Telegraph.

No More Hummel: Castore In Line to Make Everton's 24-25 Kits

This move by Everton comes despite the issues faced by Aston Villa with their Castore shirts, which are likely to end their contract with Castore early.

Everton’s current deal with Hummel runs out at the end of this season and sources with knowledge of the situation claim Castore are in line to take their place.

Everton 22-23 Hummel Kits

Everton are eagerly anticipating the Premier League's approval for the 777 Partners acquisition to move forward. The process may take up to nine to ten weeks.

Last summer, Genoa, the Italian club also owned by 777 Partners, signed a "multi-year" partnership with Castore. Unfortunately, the partnership was short-lived and only lasted for a year because of severe problems.

Newcastle United has already invoked an exit clause in their deal with Castore and will switch kit providers at the end of this season. Despite all this, Everton are set to go ahead with the deal, and it is reported that Castore is working hard to rectify Villa’s problems as quickly as possible.

The Castore Everton 2024-2025 kits would probably released in early July 2024 if the deal becomes reality.

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