Manchester United Is In Talks With Tinder And The Internet's Having A Field Day

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The football chant "he scores when he wants" could be about to take on a new meaning. That is, if Manchester United swipes right on a seductive new sponsorship offer from Tinder.

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The app is reported to have tabled £12 million a year to become United's first-ever sleeve sponsor as part of the Premier League's latest scheme to get richer.

Nine clubs have already signed sleeve deals - including Manchester City and Chelsea, who have both struck deals with tyre companies - that will see clubs advertise whomsoever offers them the most cash for a spot on their left sleeve (the Premier League logo will remain on the right).

Twitter, of course, took its own swipe at the news:

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Tinder has already hooked up with Italian club Napoli, including in the contract a special relationship with Polish striker Arkadiusz Milik, who got his very own dating profile on the app.

It remains unclear which, if any, of Manchester United's players will be offered their own bespoke profiles on Tinder - should the club accept the deal.

Manchester United may have struggled to score last season, but with luck this deal will bring them some real action.