Major Chief Executive takes jibe at Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United playing style

Manchester United Football Club signed the most expensive sponsorship deal in history over the summer, as they secured a huge £750million contract with Adidas. The sporting giants will make our kits over the next ten years, but their man man isn’t happy with United’s style of play at present.

Adidas’ chief executive Herbert Hainer said: “We are happy even though Manchester is currently playing in a way that we do not really want to see”

Its clear that the guys who pretty-much fund United’s transfers aren’t happy with the way Manchester United are playing at the moment, and its certainly a minor swipe at the current boss at Old Trafford.

However they have no control over who the Manchester United manager is, and if results take an upturn over the next few weeks, its looking likely that the Iron Tulip will be at the helm until the end of the season at the very least.

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