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Manchester United risk to lose the biggest sponsors if fail for next season’s CL

Daily Mail reports that Manchester United would suffer a massive loss of £25million amount from kit sponsors Adidas if they fail to qualify for next season’s Champion League.

With Adidas the sportswear company, United is the second club to have a mega-money £75m-a-year agreement, the first in the Premier League is Liverpool with a £ 80 m partnership – however, there is a provision which is sure to be troubling the club’s leadership.

Adidas will bring the United contract down to only £50 m, – an amount way below the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City, and Arsenal, as it will not spend £ 25 m of the £ 75 m this season if the club fails to qualify for Europe’s top competition for a second consecutive season.

United was in prime position to take the third spot in the table on Monday night, but a last-gasp equalizer from Southampton fell them immediately to 5th-a location that actually ensures Europa League for next season.

Everton had the largest sponsorship agreement in the Premier League back in January, having reached an £80m-a-season arrangement with Adidas.

Until that point, United’s £75m-a-season Adidas deal was the biggest in British football history.

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