Premier League sleeve deals top £50 million
15 August 2019
Combined Premier League sleeve deals increase significant from last season.
Improved deals for Wolves, Watford and Southampton.
Newcastle negotiate new sleeve deal, leaving Tottenham as only Premier League club without a sponsor.
Premier League clubs combined have earned shirt-sleeve sponsorship deals worth £51.8 million for the 2019/20 season, a rise of £4.5 million on last year.
The 20 clubs have generated the record combined total - the equivalent of a 9.5 per cent increase - in the third season since clubs have been able to negotiate such deals for themselves.
Research by offthepitch.com has found that Premier League clubs combined have exceeded £50 million for the first time - with the biggest increases negotiated by Wolves.
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