Insider: Rangers complete £10m deal
Rangers have signed a new kit deal with Hummel, according to an Insider.
The Four Lads Had a Dream blog, a solid source of Rangers news, revealed that the deal was for three years and was worth £10million – £3.4million a year.
They also said that the deal would involve three replica kits a year, including an orange away kit.
They posted the news on their Twitter page on Wednesday evening.
As now widely reported, Rangers kits will be manufactured by Hummel next season
It is a 3 year deal worth around £10m (£3.4m a year)
Plans include 3 replica kits per year, including an orange away kit
— Four Lads Had a Dream (@4ladshadadream) April 18, 2018
Football Insider verdict:
Rangers will be glad to get some good news after a really torrid week at Ibrox, and while the deal is significantly less than Celtic’s it’s a boost for the Gers. Early fan reaction is positive towards the orange kit, with some negative feedback for Hummel, with fans hoping for a company of the calibre of Adidas. However, current kit provider Puma is to step aside at the end of the season and Hummel it is for Rangers for the next three years. Hopefully the money will be invested in the team for the sake of Rangers fans everywhere.
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