Serie A big boys Inter Milan, are reportedly on the brink of securing a significant sponsorship deal with Qatar Airways. This partnership could potentially see the airline become the club's front of shirt sponsor for the upcoming season, marking a significant milestone in the club's commercial strategy.
The deal, if finalized, would make Qatar Airways the official airline carrier for Inter Milan. This move comes as part of the club's broader strategy to strengthen its brand and increase its global reach. The airline is no stranger to sports sponsorships, having a major shirt sponsorship deal with Paris Saint-Germain. However, it recently saw a sleeve sponsorship deal with Bayern Munich end earlier this year.
Big summer of deals for Inter Milan
Inter Milan has had a bustling summer, with several significant deals and partnerships. The club recently agreed to an extension with their kid supplier Nike, reportedly worth €30 million (US$31.42 million) per season. This extension further solidifies the long-standing relationship between the club and the sportswear giant.
In addition to the Nike deal, Inter Milan has also filled out each branding placement on their kits. They have signed eBay as their sleeve partner and U-Power as their back-of-shirt sponsor, in addition to an agreement with Paramount+.
Inter looking at potential new stadium
While the sponsorship deal with Qatar Airways is a significant development, it's not the only change on the horizon for the Serie A outfit. The club is currently considering the possibility of building a new stadium in Rozzano, having decided to leave the San Siro. This move could potentially usher in a new era for the club, providing a state-of-the-art facility for players and fans alike.
The potential sponsorship deal with Qatar Airways is a testament to Inter Milan's growing global appeal and commercial prowess. As the club continues to forge new partnerships and explore exciting opportunities, fans and sports betting enthusiasts can look forward to an exciting new chapter in the club's history.
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