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FC Barcelona to improve Manchester City’s hegemony with a massive new deal

The Catalan team would be close to lead European football again

By Liam Styles

FC Barcelona could improve Manchester City's financial numbers with a massive sponsorship deal.
FC Barcelona could improve Manchester City's financial numbers with a massive sponsorship deal.
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Manchester City could soon say goodbye to their hegemony in European football as FC Barcelona would be about to seal a massive deal to reconquer the first positions in Spanish and European competitions as one of the richest teams in the next few years, boosting the finances of the institution in a sensational and quick way.

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This could be possible after signing an agreement with a new sportswear brand, which would be offering to FC Barcelona to be the best paid team in the next few years with a juicy proposal that could make the Catalan team terminate their contract with Nike in the next few months.

The brand in question is the German company Puma, which according to the Catalan sporting journal Sport would have offered Barcelona a deal worth round €200m per season to reach the €300 million with add ons included to be the Catalan club’s official sporting sponsor, which would lead the agreement to become the biggest sponsorship deal in sports nowadays.

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Barcelona’s incomes would exceed the money received by Manchester City

Following these sources, the current agreement of the Catalan team with Nike is worth an estimated 105 and 155 million euros per season, which could make Barcelona take the decision to accept Puma’s offer. In this sense, it would be worth remembering that it would be the highest deal reached by the German brand, currently sponsoring City Group in a deal running until 2029 valued at €755 million, which could be significantly exceeded by the new deal offered to Barcelona to make the Catalan club the new sporting leader of the brand.

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