Corriere dello Sport says Inter Milan are on the verge of an 140 million Euro-plus kit agreement with Nike. The club's contract with Nike, which previously ran until 30 June 2009, was worth around 9 million euros a season.
The next one will run ten years, and it will be worth more than any other contract ever agreed between the American sports brand and a football club (not counting the Brazilian national team).
It should be an amount between 12 and 14 million euros a season, which in total would earn the club around 140 million euros. The new agreement will represent a 50 per cent increase on Inter's current contract with the American sportswear giants.