Tech firm to replace Chevrolet as Man United jersey sponsor
It is expected to earn United more than $60 million a year
Manchester United's jerseys will be sponsored by a technology company providing remote-access computer software after the Premier League club announced on Friday that TeamViewer will replace Chevrolet.
The five-year deal starting next season sees a less well known brand replacing the car giant. It is expected to earn United more than $60 million a year — around a fifth less than the Chevrolet deal.
It reflects the challenges generating revenue during the pandemic.
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