Nike Ends Manchester United Kit Deal

They've been a match made in heaven for over thirteen years. But now Nike and Manchester United are heading for a divorce. The question now is what will replace the iconic tick now the red shirts are up for grabs? Adidas will be one that's sure to be waiting on the sidelines. But with Manchester United looking for nearly DOUBLE what it previously asked for, it's not certain who will want to sign up next.

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