Nike, Warrior 'to fight for Manchester United kit deal'

Manchester United players celebrate with fans after beating rivals Manchester City on December 9, 2012
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Sports brand Warrior are reportedly keen to boot out Nike and become Manchester United's new kit manufacturers.

Global sports brand Warrior are reportedly fighting it out with Nike to become the new kit manufacturers of Manchester United.

The Red Devils can listen to bids from new suitors in the summer, but Nike are believed to be keen on staying with the club, who can clinch their 20th league title with a win over Aston Villa this evening.

Warrior, who already have a deal with Liverpool, are eager to compete for the kit rights in a deal that could be worth £30m a year, according to the Daily Mail.

United's current contract with Nike will expire at the end of the 2014-15 campaign.

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