It is expected that the first eCommerce deals for France’s top clubs will begin shortly, and they will be announced on Friday.

The French club Lille are expected to announce a new kit deal on Monday, while Paris Saint-Germain have also announced that a new deal will be made for 2019.

The deal with Lyon is expected to be finalised next week. 

There are a few other deals to be announced, but it is believed that the biggest one will be for the 2017/18 season, with the deal with Monaco set to be finalized next week, followed by a deal for the 2018/19 season.

LaLiga de España are also set to announce deals for the new season.

The new league will start next year and is expected in 2019, and it is expected a new partnership deal will also be reached.

Last year, a deal was reached with the likes of Barcelona and Manchester United, but the deal was for two seasons and a major financial boost for the Spanish club.

The latest agreement will see the new league and LaLiga Euskadi run from 2019/20 to 2021/22, with each club paying €1.5 million a year in wages, and the two clubs also receiving a share of the prize money in the Europa League.

The agreement will be ratified by the clubs on April 1.

The first two deals are expected on Monday.