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Inter Milan nets €19 million from sponsorship and equipment deals

Nerazzurri partnership with Pirelli and Nike among the top 20 in Europe.

AC Milan v FC Internazionale - Serie A
Lautaro Martinez (C) of FC Internazionale celebrates the victory with his team-mates at the end of the Serie A match between AC Milan and FC Internazionale at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on March 17, 2019 in Milan, Italy.
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Inter Milan’s sponsorship from Pirelli and its uniform deal with Nike brings in approximately €19 million per season, according to statistics.

This comes on the heels of Manchester United inking a €700 million, 10-year deal with Puma to become its new kit provider.

According to SportBusiness, Inter earns approximately €10 million from its sponsorship deal with Italian tire maker Pirelli. While it is in the top 20 of deals in Europe, it is at the bottom of that list.

Manchester United earns more than €71 million from Chevrolet and Real Madrid collects €70 million from Emirates.

In Italy, AC Milan (€15.5 million from Emirates), Sassuolo (€18 million from Mapei), Juventus (€17 million from Jeep) and AS Roma (€15.2 million from Qatar Airways) all earn more than Inter Milan.

As for uniform deals, Inter Milan earns €9 million from Nike to supply kits and merchandising of those kits. However, it is not the highest in Europe, let alone Italy.

FC Barcelona earns €155 million from Nike for its deal and Manchester United earns €86.1 million from Adidas.

Juventus collects the most in Italy -- €23.3 million from Adidas – while AC Milan picks up an additional €20 million from Puma. Also reaching the top 20 in Europe is Napoli who earns €8 million from its deal with Kappa.

Outside the big three kit providers – Nike, Adidas and Puma – Liverpool earn €28.7 million from New Balance and Bundesliga side Schalke collect €8 million from Umbro.

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