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Denizlispor signs Yukatel deal for Süper Lig return

Turkish football club Denizlispor has signed German-based telco Yukatel as its new main sponsor as it prepares to the top-tier Süper Lig.

The Denizli-based club has agreed a five-season deal, spanning 2019-20 to 2023-24, which will be worth €5m ($5.6m) in total.

Under the terms of the contract, the club will be known as Yukatel Denizlispor, with the telco also receiving branding rights on the team’s shirt and shorts.

Denizlispor won the 2018-19 TFF First League to secure promotion to the Süper Lig. The contract with Yukatel includes a €500,000 bonus if the club qualifies for European competition during the course of the deal.

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