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Italian footballer Paolo Maldini visits the Emirates Group Headquarters

Posted 31 March 2021 · Add Comment

Italian football legend Paolo Maldini paid a visit to Emirates Group Headquarters yesterday during his stay in Dubai.

 

Italian football legend Paolo Maldini paid a visit to Emirates Group.  Image:  Emirates Group

The AC Milan footballer, regarded as one of the greatest defenders ever, met with Sir Tim Clark, President Emirates Airline. The meeting underscored the near 15-year relationship between Emirates and AC Milan.

 

Maldini, who now serves as Technical Director of AC Milan FC, was accompanied by Maikel Oettle, Sponsorship Director and Casper Stylsvig, Chief Revenue Officer at the football club.

Last year, Emirates extended its support for AC Milan until the end of the 2022/23 season.  As part of the extension of the airline’s partnership with the club, the Emirates signature ‘Fly Better’ logo continues to prominently appear on the front of club’s jerseys across all of the season fixtures.

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