Manchester United reach agreement to change team’s shirt sponsor

LONDON: Manchester United Football Club has reached an agreement with TeamViewer to allow the club to seek a new sponsor, the company announced on Friday software German. It was decided that the collaboration between the club and the German company would continue for 5 years, until 2026, in a deal worth £47 million ($57.2 million) a year. And the British news agency (BA Media) has revealed that a “mutual benefit agreement” has now been concluded with the software, which gives Manchester United the option to buy back the rights to sponsor the shirt, which can then be sold to another party. This news comes after the American ‘Glazer’ family, who own Manchester United, announced plans to put in sale the antique club English last month. (dpa)