Adult website offers to sponsor Inter Milan shirts for Champions League final
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Inter Milan could be wearing a surprising sponsor for the Champions League final after being offered a massive amount of money.
Those of us who care about these things have been marvelling in the past couple of weeks of Inter's sponsorless shirt as they've taken on AC Milan.
Quite often the most beautiful of football kits can be ruined the a sponsor adorned across the centre of it like a terrible advertisement.
Fortunately for the viewer but less so for Inter, the Italian giants had an issue with DigitalBits earlier in the campaign, leading to their kits not having the issue.
Quite frankly the Nerazzurri never should have been wearing the blockchain site on their torsos any way because Pirelli should have remained their sponsors forever.
The Italian tyre manufacturer had been on the front of Inter's kits for 26 years, since the 1995/96 season, before their agreement came to an end in 2021.
With the season nearly over it would generally be a surprise to see Simone Inzaghi's side change their situation before it comes to an end.
However, adult subscription site My.Club have offered the Italian giants £80 million to put themselves on the shirts in time for Inter to face Manchester City in the final on June 10th.
You'll have to excuse all the innuendo here but My.Club vice president, Mike Ford, said, "Here at My.Club we’re all about penetrating new verticals. Much how Inter’s players squeeze their balls into tight spaces, into the box and then score, we’re looking to do the same.
"We want to sponsor them as they conquer Europe. We can increase their visibility along the way and help drive interactivity, engagement and ultimately boost their authentic communication with fans.
"We’d love to see Lautaro Martínez sharing his exclusive footage on My.Club after the final Champions League game vs Man City."
The deal would actually see the shirt be covered by My.Club until the end of the 2028/29 season, which would be another long term deal for the club.
My.Club have already set up an Inter page on their subscription service, which currently has a message saying, "This page and T-shirt secured exclusively for probably the best football team in Europe."
The 2010 European champions were the underdogs as soon as they beat their rivals to book their place at the Ataturk Stadium but City's performance against Real Madrid on Wednesday only further cemented their status.