MANCHESTER UNITED had the most-lucrative shirt sponsorship contract in world football.
But, they will have to find someone else to decorate the front of their famous jersey.
United used to rake in £61million per year from American car giants Chevrolet.
The deal was worth £64m per season and was due to run until it ran out in 2021.
United then turned to US software firm TeamViewer who signed a five-year deal with the club worth a whopping £235million.
However, that will end after this campaign – with TeamViewer pulling the plug after they saw 70 per cent of their share price wiped off by their association with the club.
Real Madrid come in second, pocketing £60m a season from Fly Emirates.
Barcelona (Rakuten) and Paris Saint-Germain (Accor) come in third and fourth, earning £47m and £43m respectively.
An incredible five of the next six clubs hail from the Premier League.
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TOP FOOTBALL SHIRT SPONSORSHIP DEALS
- Man Utd – Chevrolet: £61million per year
- Real Madrid – Fly Emirates: £60m
- Barcelona – Rakuten: £47m
- PSG – Accor: £43m
- Chelsea – Three: £40m
- Man City – Etihad Airways: £39m
- Bayern Munich – T-Mobile: £36m
- Liverpool – Standard Chartered: £27m
- Arsenal – Emirates: £26m
- Tottenham – AIA: £25m
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Chelsea's deal with Three sees them take home £40m per season – good for fifth on the list.
Manchester City's £39m-a-year contract with Etihad Airways sees them take the sixth spot.
Bayern Munich come in seventh, with their partnership with T-Mobile worth £36m per season.
Liverpool's deal with Standard Chartered sees them edge out North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham.
The Reds take home £27m per year, more than the Gunners (Emirates, £26m) and Spurs (AIA, £25m).
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