AC Milan in talks with Emirates over sponsorship extension

12 September 2019

AC Milan
Photo: Getty Images Emirates replaced Bwin as AC Milan's front-of-shirt sponsor in the 2010/11 season.

The Italian heavyweights are in talks with Emirates over a potential front-of-shirt sponsorship extension.

AC Milan's chief executive, Ivan Gazidis, is also seeking partnerships elsewhere to increase revenue. 

Christian Fomsgaard Jensen cfj@offthepitch.com

AC Milan have opened talks with the Dubai-based airline Emirates over a potential extension of their shirt sponsorship agreement, writes MilanNews. 

The current deal between the two parties was signed in 2014 (they first partnered in the 2010/11 season) and is reportedly worth around $125 million, but the deal has entered its last season. Therefore, the two are sitting down to discuss the potential for a new deal, though it is not known how far the discussions have progressed.  

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