Chelsea to replace shirt sponsors Samsung with Turkish Airlines?

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Turkish Airlines are reportedly favourites to become Chelsea's new shirt sponsor once their agreement with Samsung expires at the end of the season.

Chelsea could reportedly seal a shirt sponsorship deal with Turkish Airlines once their agreement with Samsung comes to an end.

The Premier League outfit's partnership with Samsung will expire next summer following a 10-year agreement with the Korean electronic giants.

According to the Daily Mail, Europe's fourth-largest airline is believed to be leading the way in securing the position as Chelsea's new shirt sponsors.

Turkish Airlines already have sponsorship deals with Barcelona, Manchester United and the Turkey national team.

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