Milan are ready to negotiate a new deal with main shirt sponsor Fly Emirates and a huge increase looks to be on the horizon, reports suggest.

The Rossoneri have been working hard to increase their commercial growth over the last few years and last year’s Scudetto success has only increased their potential. New owner Gerry Cardinale and the RedBird group are keen to continue this work and have already set-up partnerships with the NY Yankees and Warner Bros Discovery.

As reported by Corriere dello Sport, Milan’s current agreement with main shirt sponsor Fly Emirates expires next year and talks are beginning regarding a new deal. The club currently earn around €14m from this agreement but a huge increase is being discussed.

The Rossoneri are looking to double those earnings to close to €30m per year, an important symbol of their economic and commercial growth over the last few years. Updates are expected in the coming months. 

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