Back in 2014, Manchester United signed a seven-year record with American car manufacturer Chevrolet, who’d be the Red Devils’ shirt sponsor – costing a whopping £64million-per-season.
Well last night, The Sun ran a story claiming that Chevrolet could about to be replaced. Apparently, the Old Trafford hierarchy are in talks with Chinese firm Haier, worth £70million-a-year – which would be a new world record.
Haier, whose products include a hoover, are keen on becoming United’s next sponsor.
Now, thanks to the ever-brilliant @ManUnitedZone_, we now know how the shirts could actually look like should the big-money deal go through:
Although they’re a Chinese brand, they do have an English logo, though, in my opinion, it does look far neater than the Chevrolet one.
This would be a step in the right direction both financially and in terms of look. For all his faults, the one thing Edward Woodward is good at is raking in the money. It does beg the question as to why he has been left in charge of on-field responsibilities, mind…
Honestly, who doesn’t want to be earning more money? In this regard, the 20-time Premier League champions are right to follow the money and rake in as much cash as physically possible…