Manchester United are in discussions with online dating giants Tinder becoming their new sleeve sponsor.
Nine teams have now signed up for the new commercial channel available to Premier League clubs, according to the Daily Mail.
The deal is believed to be worth £12million to United, a figure far in excess of what other clubs have charged for the sleeve space.
The dating app has 50million registered users and has already opened up a partnership with Italian outfit Napoli.
The deal with the Serie A club includes striker Arkadiusz Milik having his own profile on the site.
United declined to comment to the Sportsmail.