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InternationalCaitlin Clark poised to sign record-breaking $28 million shoe deal with Nike

Caitlin Clark poised to sign record-breaking $28 million shoe deal with Nike


One of women's basketball's brightest stars, Caitlin Clark, is reportedly close to signing a groundbreaking multi-year partnership with leading athletic brand Nike. According to trusted sources, the deal is expected to pay Clark $28 million over eight years, and will also include the development of her own signature shoe.

Still in discussions but shaping up to be a done deal, this agreement will far surpass any prior contracts signed by a women's player. Other brands showed considerable interest as well, with details emerging of a $16 million offer from Under Armour over four years. However, Nike appears set to come out on top in securing Clark's valuable name.

Establishing herself as one of the game's elite talents during a storied college career at Iowa, Clark leaves an indelible mark as the all-time leading scorer in Division 1 history. She took her talents to the pros after being selected first overall in the recent WNBA draft by the Indiana Fever. Clutch performances have now made her one of the faces of the rapidly growing league.

Off the court, Clark has also excelled in building her brand through impactful endorsement deals and media appearances. It's clear to see why major corporations are eager to partner with such a rising superstar. As she continues ascend heights in both basketball and , this lengthy Nike alliance should take her popularity and influence to even greater levels. The waits in anticipation to see what Clark accomplishes next in her impressive young career.

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