Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has admitted he is looking forward to working with Adidas, as the club sign a new decade-long deal with the company.
The Rossoneri announced a 10-year deal with the German shirt manufacturer at a Press conference this afternoon, and the board member conceded that it was a great partnership.
“Today, we lay the foundations for writing new pages of this relationship that gave us great satisfaction,” he told reporters.
“We will reach 25 years together because starting from 1998 we shared values, strategies, will to excel, innovative spirit and many victories.
“The three stripes brand was with us in all the great dates, on and off the pitch.”
Adidas CEO Herbert Hainer meanwhile said: “During these first 16 years I have always appreciated the Milan attitude and commitment to reach great victories on the pitch but also to consolidate Milan as a global brand, becoming the most winning club in the world but also one of the most beloved teams worldwide.
“I am very happy to see the three stripes associated for the next 10 years to an asset with which we celebrated great victories.”
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