Graham Smyth has shared that there is a “deal on the table” for a new shirt sponsorship at Leeds United next season.
The Yorkshire Evening Post journalist suggested that if the Whites finally earn promotion to the Premier League, they will likely be a new sponsor.
Leeds were angry with current sponsor 32Red earlier in the season after they helped Derby fund a move for Wayne Rooney [David Ornstein].
Smyth was questioned over any progression in terms of sponsorship or whether or not fans should expect another season with 32Red on the shirts.
“As for a shirt sponsor, there is a deal on the table and if promotion happens I expect a new name on the front of the shirts,” he wrote in a Q&A for the Yorkshire Evening Post.
This is surely set to get fans excited over the release of a new shirt for next season, with Andrea Radrizzani and his staff clearly preparing early.
As well as changing 32Red, the Whites are about to switch their kit manufacturer, with Kappa in the final year of their deal at Elland Road.
It is no secret that Leeds could be wearing an Adidas strip next season, regardless of what division they will be playing their football in.
The Athletic’s Phil Hay has already reported that the Whites have signed a “tier-one” lucrative contract with the German suppliers, with Leeds set to sell an extraordinary number of shirts.
Hay went on to admit that the new strip for next season will be revealed just before or very soon after the clash against Charlton, excited?
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