Jamaican born England winger Raheem Sterling could sign a monster £100million boot deal with Nike Air Jordan with the England star eyed for a lucrative sponsorship.
Jordan brand are hoping to take on Nike and adidas having broken into the football market just a year ago.
23 year old Sterling, could become one of the first players to wear Jordan – a subsidiary of Nike – football boots.
Jordan only broke into football around a year ago, taking on the branding of Paris Saint-Germain’s kit.
Now they are set to table one of the most lucrative boot deals in the world to lure Sterling into signing with them.
The figure is a proposed £100m, but is subject to change based on the number of years they offer.
Jordan are a major player in basketball, with some of the biggest names in NBA signed up with legend Michael Jordan’s own brand, established in 1984.
They also have deals in baseball’s MLB and even in music circles.
But their recent foray into football appears to be gathering pace as they chase one of the biggest names in the sport.
Sterling already has sponsorship deals with EA Sports and Microsoft – and is being chased by H&M and Gillette too.