This deal will boost Juventus’ transfer plans for the next season.
Italian giants and reigning Serie A champions, Juventus have revealed their shirt sponsorship contract renewal with Jeep which will result in an increase in commercial partnership between the two parties.
The logo of Jeep will continue to appear on Juventus jerseys with the press release confirming the renewal of the partnership. The Turin based club will have a boost in their revenue by €25m for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 seasons. The renewal has come mostly due to to their exceptional returns both on and off the field for the club and the company.
This renewal will aid Juventus financially as Maurizio Sarri and his men plan to get a blockbuster signing in the summer of 2020. The deal between Jeep and Juventus now ranges up to €42m.
The official statement also added that both parties have also started negotiations of renewing their agreement which expires in 2021.
Juventus are planning for a big summer next season and in which they have several transfer plans. Leading the list will be a proper successor to Cristiano Ronaldo, Sarri is keen on getting hold of a player who can replace the Portuguese talisman in future and looking at the current lot, the Old Lady have their eyes on Paris Saint Germain’s French sensation Kylian Mbappe and RB Salzburg’s Norweigian prospect Erling Braut Haaland.
The Serie A giants have also tried to bring Paul Pogba back in Turin. With Sami Khedira getting old and Emre Can probably leaving in January, Sarri will need midfield reinforcements in the next season.
Maurizio Sarri’s men were under pressure in their Champions League clash against Lokomotiv Moscow, as they came from behind to secure a vital win. The visitors were ahead when Aleksei Miranchuk scored the opening goal on the half-hour mark.
The Old Lady reciprocated late in the game but a brace from Paulo Dybala helped the Bianconeri to earn a crucial win and remain on top of their group. Both Juventus and Atletico Madrid are currently in good stead with seven points from three matches. However, Sarri’s men are ahead on goal difference and therefore are at the top of Group D.