The agreement is believed to be over four years and it is understood the value of the deal will not change regardless of which division Wolves are in. New home and away kits will be unveiled and be available to buy at the final home game of the season on April 27 against Burnley. Wolves are renewing a partnership with Puma, who last supplied their kit in the late 1990s, when they designed an eye catching home strip based on a giant gold wolf's head with black surrounds, as well as white and teal away colours. Puma supply kit for Premier League side Newcastle, leading European clubs including Borussia Dortmund, Bordeaux and Feyenoord, as well as 16 national teams including Ireland, Italy, Uruguay and the Czech Republic. In addition to football, Puma's portfolio includes Usain Bolt, Formula One giants Ferrari and Mercedes and top golfers Rickie Fowler and Ian Poulter. Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey said: "We're delighted to have signed this deal with Puma, one of the world's iconic sports lifestyle companies. "Puma are renowned for their technical innovation and expertise in product design, and, having worked with them before, we know they are passionate about delivering great quality and service to the club, team and supporters." Puma UK marketing director Roger Harrison said: "Wolves is a great club at the heart of its community. When the opportunity arose to develop a technical partnership with Wolves, we were delighted to reach agreement with the club. "We are proud to be associated with the club, and look forward to showcasing our expertise in delivering technical and training wear." The partnership with Puma ends a four year agreement with Burrda. 1.8m for Zubar who left 6 months later on a free. 700k for De Vries who hasn worn the shirt since. I wanted to sell both as a) Zubar did nothing but give the ball away for 20,000 per week and b) De Vries wasn as good as either Ikeme or Hennessey and we could have had a young keeper on the books for a fraction of his wages and be an asset in future years, maybe even take the gloves if McCarey didn fulfil his potential and Hennessey and Ikeme left/were sold. For a fifth of Moxey current salary I think I could have provided better value as a CEO. He heavily overrated inside Molineux. Sad truth is thatthe size of the deal is a direct reflection of the level of merchandise that we buy and that gets sold globally. After 3 seasons of Burrdatat we just aren buing much because it is tat not because we aren loyal or don want to. Jez was dead proud of his Burrda deal being 1m more than Adidas (I think?) but this was always going to happen sales shrink and we can get a decent deal. Stoke fans wear about everything they can bu, but then it is good gear (apart from the badge, obviously). Even the tight wads at the Crem are buying it so they get a better follow on deal. Jez has never really understood how to grow a business. He thinks having no staff on the bars makes him a shrewd and tough operator. It actually means that I leave with 20 I would have gladly spent if I could have got served. The kit is mickey mouse and his pie offer is the worse thing I have heard since Chicken in a Basket and a beer at the dog track. Go to the Etihad and see how it is done Jez then get back to cutting costs. Jake, as these are message boards people are allowed an opinion ,my dear little angst ridden man. My opinion is based on the fact there are some big clubs in the league (Leicester, Cardiff, Nottingham Forest etc.) and there is foreign investment at many clubs including those mentioned. It is hence not beyond the realm of possibility that said clubs have deals in excess of 250K, particularly Cardiff when you look at the deal made for their kit and its change from blue to red. Instead of snapping back like a rottweiler in the future, do your own research. Actually puma is part owned by american nu metal band Korn. So is not chav. Chavs can afford stuff like puma after th paid for their drugs. Job seekers isn that much. Lol Fact is who would offer more? Would somebody really offer a mil a year to a club that might be tier 3 next season? And when you read most of these comments you see why the don want to offer more. It seems only a handful will buy e new kit. I for one am excited to see what the will look like. testimony to a bad season when that is the highlight. SUCCESS on THE PITCH and for this you first need a decent Manager, something you and Steve have completely failed to get grips with. You have likewise failed in all the subsequent BIG decisons affecting this great Club. By the way Jez, how is the Business Plan looking, after all you have prided yourself on being one of the best and shroudest CEO in football and that why WE pay such a handsome salary. Thanks to you and Steve we can look forward to LOTS of empty seats, hoofing football, real financial constraints and L1 mediocre. Where was that in your great plan? I hope our days of enduring your dross, spin and ineptitude are nearly over. You have taken more than enough out of this Club and for very little return, the reality being that when you and Steve leave, we will be in a much poorer state than that illfated day when you arrived. Good ridance to both of you! It a piece of nonsense to say they are cocooned in their own smug world and don give a monkeys. They are very aware of the complete hash they made of things over the last 18 months. Do you really believe that a businessman of Morgan quality is going to be happy with the mess he led our Club into ? My guess is they are exploring every avenue to rectify things. The problem is at the moment almost everything they try goes pear shaped. We have to pray luck turns in our favour, none of us want Third tier football and of course that includes Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Well said Brighton Wolf ! Do you realise that if we go down we will be paying a CEO more than 1/2 million pounds a year for completely failing either the business or the football club. That is probably more than the entire non playing staff budget of any other club in division 1 and still people say he is financially astute, when in reality he has presided over a business which has lost half it turnover in less than 12 months and is about to loose half of the turnover whats left ! Any other CEO would carry the can and resign. 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