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Talks between the Turkish Football Federation and pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports have continued as the country’s governing body pushes for an amendment to the pair’s arrangement.

Digiturk, the Turkish pay-television subsidiary of beIN Media Group, is yet to pay the first 25 per cent of its fee for the broadcast rights to the 2020-21 Turkish Süper Lig as an issue over the exchange …

Turkish Süper Lig club Galatasaray will receive about TL8m (€0.9m/$1m) per year under its two-year back-of-shirt deal with insurance company Magdeburger Sigorta, from 2020-21 to 2021-22.

Turkish Süper Lig club Galatasaray has agreed a deal with specialist sports investment firm Capital Sports Media to sell, manage and service its sponsorship rights.