Chelsea and Nike are believed to be on the verge of signing the Premier League's second-biggest kit partnership deal, worth £60m per year.
The agreement would mean the Blues double the revenue currently generated by the £30m per season deal with Adidas that both club and manufacturer agreed to terminate six years early last week.
Adidas had been signed on to produce Chelsea's kits until 2023 under the terms of the deal, but it is the Nike tick that will adorn the West London club's shirts from the 2017/18 season according to The Telegraph.
It will see Chelsea pocket more than twice what London rivals Arsenal receive from Puma and six times what Under Armour pay Tottenham Hotspur.
It is the second mega-money deal signed by the club since Christian Purslow joined the club as head of global commercial activities in 2014, following the former Liverpool director's negotiation of the £40m per season Yokohama Tyres sponsorship.