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01st Aug 2017

Manchester United could have Tinder’s logo on their jersey next season

Another sponsor for United


Another sponsor for United.

Manchester United could soon have Tinder’s logo on their jersey. For the upcoming season, Premier League clubs can sport a sleeve sponsorship on their jerseys.

United’s rivals Manchester City are one of the nine clubs to have already signed up a sleeve sponsor, with Nexen Tire paying a reported £10m for the privilege.

According to the Daily Mail, dating app Tinder are in talks with United about becoming their sleeve sponsor, and are said to be prepared to offer £12m a year to make it happen.

The sleeve sponsorship slot is reportedly valued at around 20 percent of a club’s main shirt sponsor. Chevrolet pay United £50m a year to sponsor their jersey.

According to the report, Tinder has over 50 million users a day, but is seeking a “more mainstream image and global following” and naturally thought of United.