Manchester United lock in the Champions League and Adi loses millions of pounds

 Manchester United lock in the Champions League and Adi loses millions of pounds

United only won sixth place in the Premier League last season, but the sponsorship contract signed by United and Adidas stipulates that if United fail to participate in the Champions League for two consecutive seasons, it will deduct 30% of the sponsorship fee. Adidas pays a sponsorship fee of 75 million pounds a year for Manchester United. If 30% is deducted, it will be 22.5 million pounds. United finally won the Champions League next season and avoided the huge fine.

Gary Neville said: United need more players. The last time they made it to the top four in the Premier League was Jose Mourinho, who spent 170 million pounds that summer, but didnt invest as wisely as last year. United need to invest again, but they have to invest right to make the team close to Liverpool and Manchester City in every position

Gary Neville believes: the team needs to improve, first of all, it needs to improve the starting lineup, but it doesnt hurt any of the players who play today. If you play 55 or even 60 games a season, you need to have enough good players to compete. We have to make sure that we attract players who really want to play for Manchester United, which they havent done in the past 12 months, but Solskjaer seems to have brought the team back on track and worked well

Uniteds summer targets include sandjo, who is worth 108 million pounds, grilish, who is worth 70 million pounds, Barca star Fati, and Bournemouth defender Aker. Keane pointed out: I think they need another centre back, maybe one or two more defenders. As Gary said, big clubs like Manchester United need to have enough staff in every position. I think they may also need to bring in strikers. Were talking about Greenwood now, but hes just a very young player

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