Manchester United sue American company for unpaid sponsorship worth millions
26 September 2019
Manchester United have sued an American company for an unpaid sponsorship deal.
The company has allegedly failed to pay both the fourth and fifth instalments, leaving an unpaid balance of £9 million.
Manchester United are suing an Atlanta-based company for what the club allege to be an unpaid sponsorship deal worth approximately £9.1 million.
As reported by the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Manchester United filed a complaint in federal court in Atlanta against Select Management Resources and its founder, Roderick Aycox, on 20th September.
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