Lazio Will Receive More Per Season From Mizuno Deal Compared to Macron Agreement

Lazio will receive more from their partnership with Mizuno compared to the previous deal with Macron.

As reported by Italian newspaper Il Messaggero (via LazioNews24) earlier today, the Biancocelesti will receive €20 million over the next five years as a result of their new agreement with the Japanese company, who will become the team’s new sportswear and technical gear provider.

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Lazio will earn around €4 million per season from the agreement with Mizuno, an important raise compared to the €3.5 million per season generated from the deal with Macron. The Biancocelesti worked with the Italian company for 10 years but now they are ready for a breath of fresh air.

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Mizuno have not been involved in Serie A since the 2001/02 season, when they worked with Fiorentina. In recent years, they have been hard at work agreeing deals with a number of lower-tier Italian clubs, like FC Sudtirol. Specific details of their contract agreement with Lazio have not been revealed yet.

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