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Premier League: On the rise Warrior hope to outbid giants Nike and Adidas for Manchester United kit deal

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Three of the biggest kit brands in the world are battling it out to clinch a potentially world record deal with Manchester United.

As tone of the most widely recognised football brands in the world, the chance to manufacture the kits for United is a potentially lucrative one, as current manufacturers Nike will know.

Their deal with the club expires at the end of next season however, and both Adidas and Warrior are looking to step in for a deal that is believed to be a world record £600m over a 10 year contract.

American based Nike and German brand Adidas have been battling for brand supremacy for years, as the two are by far the most established brands in football. In England alone, of the 92 clubs in the Premier League and Football League, they are the suppliers to over a third of the clubs between them.

Warrior are relatively new to football,  being more established in other sports such as rugby. They have however in the last year secured deals with two Premier League clubs in Stoke City and Liverpool.

No announcement has been made by the club on who they are considering, but according to the BBC, only Adidas have refused to confirm that they are in talks with the club.


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