AIG ends Manchester United sponsorship deal

The troubled US insurer AIG will not be renewing its shirt sponsorship deal with Manchester United when it expires in May 2010.

AIG agreed to pay £14m-a-year for four years for the shirt sponsorship.

It is currently restructuring itself, having received a £109 billion bailout from the US government.

AIG has also ended its sponsorship deal with the US Davis Cup tennis team.


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