Roma unhappy with Nike deal, consider switch to Under Armour


Corriere dello Sport has reported today that Roma CEO Guido Fienga and COO Francesco Calvo are unhappy the the club’s current shirt deal with Nike and are considering alternatives for the Giallorossi.

In the search to find ways to increase the capital club’s revenues, the duo believe their current contract with Nike, which expires in 2024, is unsatisfactory.

One of the alternatives Roma are considering is Under Armour. The American based outfit already sponsor several clubs throughout the world, including Southampton in the Premier League, and they’re looking to expand their investment in football.

In October 2018, the Giallorossi reclaimed their merchandise sales rights after acquiring a Nike-owned US company that previously managed the production of the club’s official stock.

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