West Ham fans may be worried about their team’s performance under David Moyes, but there is some positive news for the club.
As reports the COS, despite their struggles this season, West Ham is still a well-respected club with a long and successful history. As a result, they have managed to maintain a long-standing partnership with kit suppliers Umbro, who have supplied the club’s kits for the past eight years.
This is a testament to the desirability of Premier League clubs for certain brands, and it appears that this partnership will continue into the foreseeable future.
Football Insider has reported that West Ham are confident of renewing their long-term deal with Umbro for the 2023/24 season, with a contract worth approximately £7m per season. While the commercial side of football may be overlooked by some fans, deals like this allow clubs to compete in the transfer market rather than being limited to lower-cost options.
Although it remains unclear whether David Moyes will remain at West Ham next season, it is believed that the club’s shirt deal with Umbro is not in jeopardy, regardless of their Premier League status.