Bundesliga giants Wolfsburg will have money to spend in the next few transfer windows, according to Kicker.
Namely, the Wolves have agreed a deal with Nike, who will replace Kappa as the official kit supplier at the end of the current season.
According to the terms of the agreement, Wolfsburg will earn around €8 million per season over the period of next ten years.
This means that the Wolves will be able to seriously reinforce the squad using said cash and general manager Klaus Alofs has confirmed that will be the case.
Wolfsburg haven’t exactly used up all of the money they earned through the sales of Kevin De Buryne and Ivan Perisic, although they did recruit the likes of Julian Draxler, Dante and Max Kruse, among other players.
The Wolves had a pretty disappointing start to the new Bundesliga campaign and currently find themselves occupying ninth position in the standings.