A $840 million kit deal could make Manchester City the Premier League's most profitable football club for the first time in history

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A $840 million kit deal could make Manchester City the Premier League's most profitable football club for the first time in history
A $840 million kit deal could make Manchester City the Premier League's most profitable football club for the first time in history

Manchester City could become the Premier League's most profitable club for the first time ever next year, courtesy of a new $840 million kit deal with Puma. The 10-year deal, which was signed in February, will see City's profits soar to a club record of $725 million for 2020, according to The Mail. That figure would see it draw level with Manchester United's projected figures, which are expected to fall from last year's $734 million following a disappointing past 18 months. Both City and United are likely to remain behind Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, and Bayern Munich in Deloitte's annual Football Money League, however. Read more of our soccer stories here. Visit Business Insider's homepage for

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