Bad news for competition around the BVB: Despite the Corona crisis, FC Bayern is apparently looking forward to a lucrative new contract with main sponsor Telekom.

According to “Corona Picture”, the company pays more than 50 million euros from the German record champion from the coming season as before about 45 million euros per year.

Through success-dependent premiums, this amount could even rise, it says.

According to the report, the new telecom contract is expected to run over four years, so until summer 2026.

He would therefore guarantee the FC Bayern revenue of more than 200 million euros – a real faust plan also for the personnel planning of the Munich, in addition to contract renewals with the superstars Robert Lewandowski, Manuel new and Thomas Müller and Serge Gnabry also one or the other (expensive) new commitment.

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FC Bayern would also expand its lead against competitor Borussia Dortmund with this deal. The BVB concedes from its main sponsors 1 & 1 and Evonik together only about 35 million euros per season.

Compared to “Corona Image”, FC Bayern did not want to comment on the upcoming contract extension with Telekom.

Also in relation to the controversial sponsorship of Qatar Airways, the Säbener Straße soon important turns are expected as the magazine writes.

Bayern Munich concedes 20 million euros from Qatar

CEO Oliver Kahn wool in the near future to search the dialogue with the donors from Qatar, possibly also a trip to the Emirate on the Persian Gulf on the program, says. In doing so, the former goalkeeping titan wants to clarify whether there is an interest in the extension of the 2023 partnership after the club-internal discussions.

From Qatar, around 20 million euros per year are currently flowing to FC Bayern. For comparison: The Lufthansa previously paid only 2.5 million euros.

In addition to 2023, FC Bayern will also negotiate with the Alliance. The sponsorship agreement with the insurance group, which also holds the name rights on the Munich Arena until 2030, also expires.