Rangers have agreed a £10million deal with kit supplier Hummel, according to a report.
The Scottish Sun claims that the Light Blues’ existing agreement with Puma comes to an end next month and the club have finalised an agreement with the Danish firm to manufacture their kits for the next three years.
It is understood that Hummel will be the Gers’ first kit suppliers since cutting ties with Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct last year that controversially saw the club fail to make barely any money on sales of their shirts.
Rangers fans were alerted to the news that Hummel will be supplying their kit in the future when the Danish brand followed the club’s Twitter account earlier this week.
Hummel currently supply kits for Freiburg, Real Valladolid, Charlton and the Afghanistan national team while in the past they have also had deals with Tottenham, Real Madrid and Feyenoord.
Football Insider verdict
This is quite a big deal for Rangers and should be a nice financial boost for them over the next three years. Not many clubs have ever had much issues with who supplies their kit, but trust the Gers to be the one that had a massive controversy about it with Ashley’s Sports Direct when Charles Green sanctioned a seven-year deal that was ripped up last summer. Hummel do make some decent kits so it will be interesting to see what they come up with for the Gers to wear next season.