English fourth division side Leyton Orient have announced that Harry Kane will take on the club's shirt sponsorship for the 2020-21 season.
The club confirmed in a statement on Thursday that Kane's sponsorship meant that three different charities would be advertised on their jersey over the season.
BREAKING: We're delighted to say that former loanee @HKane has taken the club's shirt sponsorship for the 2020/21 season.— Leyton Orient (@leytonorientfc) May 14, 2020
The home kit will be a thank you to the nation's frontline heroes, whilst @HavenHouseCH and @MindCharity feature proudly on the away and third.
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Kane chose a thank you message for the frontline heroes, Haven House Children's Hospice and the mental health charity Mind.
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