Real Madrid and Adidas are about to sign a new sponsorship deal which will put Real on top of the list in equipment agreements, according to Marca.
Los Blancos could earn around €140 million per year with this new deal, something that would clearly beat Manchester United's €98 million per year signed a year ago. It's clear that Real Madrid's numbers when it comes to selling kits have to be good enough for Adidas to want that kind of deal done, as others big teams like Bayern Munich earn €80 million.
If Marca's reported €140 million is correct, Real Madrid's contract will be as big as as Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Barcelona's kit deals combined.
This new deal will obviously be very good for the club and also for the team, as Real Madrid will have a bigger budget to make the necessary signings every off-season without worrying about spending too much.