Manchester City, the reigning Premier League champions, have reached a multi-year agreement with the cryptocurrency company OKX as their official partner. OKX is considered one of the leading cryptocurrency exchanges by trading volume and a major Web3 technology enterprise. The sponsorship deal will see over £55 million invested in a three-year kit sponsorship. Both the men’s and women’s first team jerseys will feature the OKX branding on the left sleeve as part of the expanded agreement. The sponsor will also appear on other physical and digital assets of the club. This collaboration is hailed as an exciting partnership between two innovative companies driven by passion for innovation. The sponsorship will further elevate Manchester City’s global presence and connect with their growing fan base. With Pep Guardiola’s team on the verge of achieving a historic treble-winning season, this sponsorship will undoubtedly contribute to the club’s continued success. In addition, Manchester City is reportedly interested in signing Gabriel Veiga, a promising 21-year-old player from Celta Vigo. Veiga, who has caught the attention of several Premier League clubs including Newcastle United, Liverpool, and Chelsea, has a release clause of €40 million. Having made an impact in La Liga with Celta, the young Spanish player is currently representing his country in the European Championship. Manchester City is impressed with Veiga’s performances and envisions him as a future key player for the club. After almost a decade of possessing a world-class squad, Manchester City is now focusing on building for the future. The club captain, Ilkay Gundogan, has left Barcelona along with João Cancelo and Bernardo Silva, hinting at possible departures from Etihad Stadium. The unveiling of Liverpool’s new away kit for the 2023-24 season, featuring designs inspired by the Nigerian national team and the popular video game Minecraft, has delighted fans and further enhanced the excitement for the upcoming season.