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Manchester United Have A New Official 'Buy Now, Pay Later' Partner And You Couldn't Write It

Manchester United Have A New Official 'Buy Now, Pay Later' Partner And You Couldn't Write It

After spending a whole transfer window haggling over a fee for Jadon Sancho and wanting to pay Borussia Dortmund in installments, Manchester United have now announced an official 'Buy Now, Pay Later' partner.

Ed Woodward's abilities in the transfer market have been slammed by fans and former players alike but he's proved his worth commercially by announcing all sorts of deals, ranging from tractors to pillow partners.

You only have to look on the official United side to see just how well-covered they are in terms of their ties.

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The latest is with Laybuy, with the link up allowing fans to buy club merchandise from Old Trafford and spread the payments over six weeks without any interest.

"We know fans are looking for a range of different payment options that best meet their specific needs, United's Director of Partnerships, Sean Jefferson, said.

"That is why we are delighted to be partnering with Laybuy, a global leader in Buy Now Pay Later technology, to provide fans access to a more convenient way of purchasing club merchandise and services."

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But the irony here is just incredible. United could probably do with Laybuy's app themselves given the whole Sancho episode - which is what everyone is bringing up as a result of this news.

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