MANCHESTER, England – Manchester City has agreed to a great second-quarter history of the Premier League – just behind the Manchester United squad – after announcing a new long-term prediction of the Puma Premier League and four sisters clubs.
Although the deal details remain under secret, the sources say the ESPN FC has agreed to a 10-year deal of £ 65 million annually.
Nike's current £ 20m rise is outstanding at the end of the season.
The agreement is in favor of the A-League in the state of Melbourne City, the La Liga club in Girona, Atletico Torque Uruguay and the newly acquired Chinese Sichuan Jiuniu.
New York City, a member of the City Football Group (CFG), is linked to MLS sponsorship with Adidas.
CFG CEO Ferran Soriano believes that, according to the agreement, the city is now competing with the most important European clubs for the sponsorship business.
"It's a historic day for us, what we're doing is never before," he said. "It's an unprecedented collaboration, we need a partner that can help us quickly.
"This is who we are today, this is the product we offer".
Sergio Agüero, Vincent Kompany and David Silva have individual work from the Puma team and will explore the possibility of adding more sports equipment to their first team.
But City has the largest club in its portfolio and Puma CEO Bjorn Gulden says that Pep Guardiola's players have decided to make an English decision.
"There is no doubt that the Premier League has the greatest international impact, because it is the club that is the most important," he said.
"I think fans like footballers and City and Pep to be interesting and attacking.
"With many stories from boys and girls from Barcelona and Pep, the identity is a positive one. But I think that you look at the players, of course.
Japan's pre-opposition route will be launched at the beginning of July, and will be a friendly one for the Yokohama F Marinos CFG club again. Japanese differences are not part of the agreement, in accordance with the Adidas agreement.