Man City Star Raheem Sterling Considering $120 Million Air Jordan Deal
13 Août, 2019, 13:56 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
The 24-year-old enjoyed a stunning campaign for Man City last season and was named Professional Footballers' Association Young Player of the Year and Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year.
On Saturday afternoon, he kicked-off his 2019/20 campaign in style.
A double Premier League champion with Manchester City a domestic treble victor last season and the reigning FWA Footballer of the Year, Sterling began the new Premier League campaign on Saturday with a hat-trick in a 5-0 rout of West Ham on Saturday.
Nike counts Neymar Jr. and Cristiano Ronaldo in its roster of football players, and a potential move to Jordan Brand could be an opportunity for Sterling to be the face of the brand, especially considering the reported figure of around $120.8 million.
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Sterling is presently signed to Nike but he has one year remaining on his current deal and it could make a lot of sense, for both sides, if he were to switch over to Jordan brand, which just broke into the soccer space a year ago when they took over the outfitting of Paris Saint-Germain.
Do you think Sterling should become the first Air Jordan-endorsed footballer?
The American brand, which is a subsidiary of Nike, have not yet designed any football boots but they have recently entered the European market.
Sterling would be one of the first soccer players to wear Air Jordan cleats. If he does choose to sign with Air Jordan, then he'll become a Premier League trailblazer.
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