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Adidas could be Inter’s new shirt manufacturers

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FCInterNews.it is reporting that as of next year, Inter Milan’s new shirt manufacturers could be Adidas. The current Inter Milan kits are made and produced by Nike, and have been since 1998.

Inter reportedly collect €10 million a year from the deal. The move could enable further income streams for Inter Milan if the deal takes place. It remains to be seen if there will be some sort of bidding war between Nike and Adidas. However, after showing commitment to Nike for 22 years, a change might be necessary if the deal’s terms don’t improve.

Adidas make the kits for Juventus, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, and others. There are also rumblings that Inter are in discussions about a new shirt sponsor. Pirelli as a sponser and Nike as a kit producer could be short term.