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Man United told staggering amount they could get for Old Trafford naming rights - but there's a catch

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Manchester United have been told they could earn more than £50m per year if they were to sell the naming rights to Old Trafford.

Last week, The Athletic reported that one of Sir Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS' next moves to maximise revenue through both existing and new streams could be to strike a different kind of partnership with another major business.

Their name would be used and displayed across either a revamped Old Trafford or an entirely new arena, depending on that separate decision.

Now, if these claimed discussions were to in fact go anywhere, former Manchester City financial advisor Stefan Borson has predicted the substantial sum he believes United can take annually. READ MORE: Man United deal will worry Virgil van Dijk and Man City star as talks 'advance' READ MORE: Erik ten Hag set for crunch transfer meeting as Manchester United plan bumper £25m pay off "In theory, it could be worth £50million a year or more for Man United," he told Football Insider.

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