Borussia Dortmund and Puma have reached a new agreement on a long-term partnership until 30/06/2028, which will replace the old one that ends in 2020, currently worth 10 million euros a year.

According to several media outlets, the club will now receive up to 30 million euros a year until 2028.

Valencia CF has announced an agreement for bwin to become the club’s main shirt sponsor for the next three seasons.

The two entities have already collaborated in a special way in Valencia CF’s Centenary season, and have grown together since bwin first became an official sponsor in 2016/17.

Olympique de Marseille announced a shirt sponsorship deal with the international home meal delivery app, Uber Eats, for the next three years.

Uber Eats has become a primary partner of Olympique de Marseille, through a series of programs, the most significant of which will be the presence of the brand Uber Eats on the front of the First Team jerseys, replacing Orange, which remains a partner of the Club.

Proud of their unbroken 30-year association, Paris Saint-Germain and Nike today announced the signing of an extended and ambitious long term partnership that highlights the status of the club as one of Nike’s key global sports assets and leads to a new era of collaboration between two of the most respected, creative and innovative brands within the sports universe.

Coventry City announced that hummel will become the clubs official kit manufacturers for the 2019/20 season.

The partnership will see hummel produce bespoke kits each season as well as a range of training wear. As well as the opportunity for bespoke kits, hummel will also be producing replica kits for fans from baby sizes all the way up to 4XL for adults.

Watford FC announced that it has reached an agreement with Coingaming for its sport betting brand, Sportsbet.io, to become the club’s new front of shirt partner from the beginning of the 2019/20 season.

Not only is it the club’s largest ever sponsorship deal but it is the first Premier League shirt front deal signed by a company who are known for their block chain technology and cryptocurrency expertise.

Nottingham Forest Football Club are delighted to announce an agreement with Football Index as its new front-of-shirt partner, in what represents the biggest shirt sponsorship deal in the club’s history.

By becoming Forest’s shirt sponsor, Football Index will now proudly display their logo on the front of The Reds’ first-team and adult replica shirts from the beginning of the 2019-20 season.

Aston Villa announced a record-breaking commercial agreement with W88 to be Principal Partner for the 2019/20 season.

The Asian betting and gaming company’s logo will feature on the club’s Premier League Kappa home and away shirts as well as first-team training wear.

Wolves have agreed a record partnership with ManBetX, which will see the international gaming company become the club’s new principal and shirt sponsor.

The long-term agreement is the largest in the club’s history, and is signed ahead of a second successive Premier League campaign and first appearance in European competition for 40 years.