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ADIDAS AND MANCHESTER UNITED LAUNCH CHINESE NEW YEAR RANGE FOR 2020

This year, adidas are celebrating Chinese New Year with a commemorative range exclusively designed for Manchester United.

The range includes a stylish jacket, t-shirt, sweatshirt and pant, each with embroidered dragon motifs and subtle detailing, in a nod to Chinese folklore.

The standout piece is a statement jersey featuring an all-over dragon print, which will be worn as a pre-match jersey by the first team, during the warm-up against Norwich City on 11 January.

The limited edition range is available now from the Megastore, United Direct and adidas.com.

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Maybe Ed Woodward IS doing a good job! Manchester United's share price rockets by a third in just three months despite lack of success on the pitch... with Old Trafford club now valued at a whopping $5.69BILLION

* Shares in Manchester United have gone from $15.33 to $20.25 since October
* The rise in price comes despite their underwhelming position in the table
* Red Devils are fifth in the Premier League and not in the Champions League
* The Glazers have stuck with Ed Woodward despite their struggles on the pitch
* United generated more revenue (627.1m) than any English club last season


Manchester United's share price has risen by a third in just three months despite growing criticism of Ed Woodward and the club's on-pitch performances.

The club's executive vice-chairman was savaged by Gary Neville following Sunday's defeat by rivals Liverpool, with the ex-Red Devils defender questioning why he was still in a job after his 'unforgivable' business in the transfer market.

But while United are struggling in the Premier League, sitting fifth in the table and 30 points behind Jurgen Klopp's men, their financial results continue to impress.

The Old Trafford club's share price has gone from $15.33 in October of last year to $20.25 today (January 21), adding $1.39billion to the value of the club.

That means United, who are owned by US billionaires the Glazer family, are currently worth around $5.69bn, despite being absent from the Champions League for the third time in three seasons.

Woodward has been accused of lacking the football expertise to build a squad capable of challenging for honours, but his business nous is not in question.


Manchester United chief Ed Woodward has seen the club's share price rise by a third recently. Manchester United's share price has risen by a third to $20.25 over the last three months

Deloitte's Football Money League recently revealed that United remain the top-ranked English club in terms of revenue generated, with their earnings of 627.1m for 2018-19 putting them third overall in the table,behind Spanish giants Barcelona (741.1m) and Real Madrid (667.5m).

Their closest Premier League rivals are City and Liverpool in sixth and seventh respectively, with the Pep Guardiola's side just 88.9m behind.

United, who have been the highest-ranked English club since Deloitte first compiled the Money League survey based on the 1996-97 financial results, are forecasting reduced revenues of between 560-580m for 2019-20.

Neville admitted that Woodward and his team had proved themselves to be adept at running the business side of the club, having signed high-profile commercial deals with the likes of adidas, Chevrolet and Aon.

But the ex-England man hit out at the Glazers for failing to replace Woodward with experts who can develop a team fit to win trophies.

He said: 'There's real talent in that executive team, they can create revenue, they can do things within the football club that can help to be fair, but in terms of what the club needed to do for a number of years now, is put the best-in-class football operators into that club and they're not doing it. They're not doing it and it's a mess.

'They need to sort it out and quickly. The thing that should shock the owners more than anything, they should see that last-minute goal they should have that playing on record every single day in their office over in America Liverpool Football Club's fans singing we shall not be moved.'

Speaking on Sky Sports' The Gary Neville Podcast, he also expressed his shock at the lack of quality in United's squad despite huge spending on players and wages since Sir Alex Ferguson departed in 2013.

'I can't believe the investment that's been put into the squad in the last five, six, seven years and you end up with that out on the pitch,' he said.

'I saw a statistic two weeks ago that United have the second-highest wage bill in the world. And that's the squad they've got. It's unforgivable. It really is.

'I can't change the ownership of Manchester United, no one can. But I'm struggling to understand why the ownership have persisted in trusting that management team to oversee the building of a Premier League title-winning team since Sir Alex Ferguson left because if you don't lose your job for essentially overseeing that investment, that wage bill, and putting that team out on the pitch then I have to say something is really wrong.'

Asked about his former team-mate's comments, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisted that it was not an appropriate moment to criticise Woodward's handling of the transfer market.

'Now is not the time to speak about recruitment,' he said.

'We're looking to the next game against Burnley. We're always looking to improve the squad and to improve the club but for my mind, now is not the time, Gary, to start this discussion.'

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Saudi prince Mohammed bin Salman 'still wants Manchester United takeover' despite ongoing links with Mike Ashley and Newcastle

* Saudi Arabia Prince Mohammed bin Salman remains keen to buy Man United
* The super rich prince has also been linked with a takeover of Newcastle
* Just 18 months ago the prince was prepared to pay around 3.5billion for United
* So far the Glazer family have rebuffed all attempts to sell the football club


Super rich Saudi Arabia Prince Mohammed bin Salman reportedly remains very keen to pull off a takeover of Manchester United.

That is despite ongoing reports linking him to a move for Mike Ashley's Newcastle before the end of the season.

Bin Salman made strong attempts to acquire United 18 months ago but was rebuffed by the club's Glazer owners. Now his business empire remains committed to thrashing out an Old Trafford deal, as reported by the Mirror.

Bin Salman's previously floated a 3.5billion offer for the Red Devils, which would have given United's current owners a huge profit.

The Glazers purchased United for 790million in May 2005, and their reign has been fraught with controversy ever since.

Continual refusal from the Americans to sell United has led to Bin Salman's name being linked with a takeover of Newcastle.


Super rich Saudi Arabia Prince Mohammed bin Salman remains keen to acquire Man United. Bin Salman has bottomless riches and is linked with a purchase of Manchester United. Yet the Saudi Prince's name has also been linked with Newcastle and a deal with Mike Ashley

Mike Ashley has made no secret of his willingness to sell the north east club, but remains fixed on a certain valuation of which he will not budge.

Ashley wants 340million to relinquish control of the club and is yet to receive a firm offer for the Premier League side. Ashley is also said to be sceptical of the latest speculation.

Ashley's intention to remain as club owner was seen on the final day of the January transfer window, as Newcastle pondered a 35million bid for in-form Lille midfielder Boubakary Soumare.

As reported by Sportsmail, any potential Saudi takeover could be blocked by the Premier League amid allegations that their government are facilitating the commercial theft of the top flight's international television rights.

The League last year accused Saudi Arabia of being complicit in 'the ongoing theft of our intellectual property' by refusing to support legal action against pirate broadcaster beoutQ, who it is claimed are broadcasting matches illegally using the state-owned Arab Satellite Communications Organisation (ArabSat) throughout the Middle East and Africa.

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Manchester United sponsors are angry at their stars for pulling out of events in fear of awkward questions given their on-pitch struggles

* The club has more than 60 tie-ups with brands and organisations
* Players are often expected to appear at promotional events for the sponsors
* But many have been cancelled amid United's miserable run of form


Manchester United's sponsors are starting to feel the effects of the club's struggles on the pitch.

Discontent is growing about player appearances being cancelled due to the disappointing form of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side. United last won the league in 2013 and have been overtaken by their fiercest rivals Manchester City and Liverpool.

They have lost their status as Champions League certainties, failing to qualify for Europe's top competition in three of the past six seasons.

This term, inconsistency has marred their campaign and left them facing a battle to finish fourth. Unrest among supporters about the club's ownership and how it is run has added to the negativity.

The grim state of affairs could lead to awkward questions being asked of members of Solskjaer's squad at commercial functions.

Those have been avoided in some cases by stars being withdrawn or opting out from scheduled events.

Some sponsors also suspect the club may feel that having players fill their spare time with commercial duties when things are not going to plan on the pitch could give the wrong impression.


Manchester United's players are often asked to take part in events for commercial partners. United have more than 60 tie-ups with brands and organisations that help bring in revenue. There are growing concerns over the commercial impact of Paul Pogba's possible exit

United have more than 60 tie-ups with brands and organisations listed on their official website. Their 24-strong list of global partners is topped by 64million-a-year shirt sponsor Chevrolet, 75m-a-year kit maker adidas and principal partner AON, their former shirt sponsor whose name is now attached to United's training ground and training kit.

United's global sponsorships also include official denim, betting, wine, spirits, tyres, financial trading, coffee and hotel partners.

Executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has earned much of the credit for maintaining United's huge commercial appeal and continuing to bring in lucrative deals despite the on-field decline.

However, with murmurs about whether sponsors are getting value for money from their deals starting to emerge, Woodward's 2018 claim that 'playing performance doesn't really have a meaningful impact on what we can do on the commercial side of the business,' is now in the spotlight.

There are also growing concerns over the commercial impact of Paul Pogba's possible exit this summer.

The World Cup winner enters the final two years of his contract at the end of the season, at which point United will have to consider selling him or risk losing him for nothing in 2022.

United chiefs have considered potential replacements who could match Pogba's global stature. However, without Champions League football which looks a distinct possibility next season there are concerns that the club will not be able to attract the sort of global icon they are looking for.

Pogba is one of the most high-profile footballers in the world, something United have used to their advantage since his arrival in 2016.

The 25-year-old is central to their worldwide commercial strategy so losing their poster boy would not only represent a blow on the pitch, but also have a detrimental impact on their finances.

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Stop gloating over web traffic and trim the debt! Man United executives need to end their obsession with Twitter interactions and focus more on the 391m they owe

* Group managing director Richard Arnold gloated about Man United's web traffic
* However, perhaps they should be more invested in sorting out their huge debt
* United have spent nearly 1bn since 2013, and have only won three trophies


Manchester United's top executives seem to have an unquenchable obsession with how much web traffic the club generates.

Richard Arnold, group managing director, told investors on Tuesday that Odion Ighalo's arrival had surpassed Donald Trump's impeachment and Brexit on Twitter.

He neglected to say that 14,000 interactions flowed from a Gary Neville tweet on the subject.


Group managing director Richard Arnold gloated to investors about United's web traffic. However, the club has racked up an appalling debt since the Glazers' buy-out of United

These fripperies mask the real financial scandal at the heart of United's second quarter financial results: the level of debt.

It's gone up - by 73.6million - because United owe other clubs bigger outstanding sums for players, do not compete in the Champions League and have encountered obscure US currency and tax issues.

But it's the overall debt figure - 391.3m - which is the appalling one. The Glazers' leveraged buy-out of United, 15 years ago, loaded 540m of borrowings on to the formerly debt-free club.

The commercial revenue brought across those 15 years is close to 7billion - comfortably enough to pay off the debt.


Former manager Sir Alex Ferguson shielded the club from the worst of the Glazers until 2013. Since 2013, United have spent nearly 1bn on players, and only won three trophies

But just 149m has been shaved off the figure, which continues to drain away money in interest payments. Sir Alex Ferguson and David Gill shielded the club from the worst of Glazer mismanagement until 2013.

But since then, United have spent close to 1bn on players, winning the sum total of one FA Cup, one League Cup and one Europa League. They are 38 points off Liverpool and signed Ighalo in desperation on loan from China on deadline day.

The Glazers would rather pay themselves than the debt, which has cost over 1bn in interest fees and refinancing penalties.

United's latest dividend paid out 23m, of which the five Glazer children shared around 18m. It's a regular routine.

These are the numbers United don't want to see trending on Twitter.

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Saudi consortium headed by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is rumoured to be lining up a 3bn bid for Manchester United after cooling their interest in buying Newcastle for 345m

* Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had been linked with Newcastle
* However, it is understood the public leaks of the deal have put off investors
* Instead, bin Salman would like to turn his attentions to Manchester United


The Saudi-backed investment group who had been linked with a takeover of Newcastle United are now turning their attentions to Manchester United, according to reports.

Talk of a potential Toon takeover has quietened in recent weeks, with Magpies boss Steve Bruce pouring cold water on the idea that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was close to striking a deal with Mike Ashley.

According to the Shields Gazette, the Saudi Public Investment Fund have been put off by leaks to the press, with news of a possible 345m deal appearing in the Wall Street Journal.


Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is still keen on purchasing Manchester United. It was thought a Saudi-backed takeover of Newcastle United could be close to completion. United recently announced a drop in revenue and increased debt at Old Trafford

Interest has now cooled, with the Crown Prince reportedly keen to return to his original goal of owning Manchester.

Bin Salman made strong attempts to acquire United 18 months ago but was rebuffed by the club's owners - the Glazer family.

He would likely need to come up with a figure of more than 3billion to convince them to sell up.

United released their figures for the second quarter of 2019 this week, which showed a fall in revenue and a rise in debt.

Only commercial revenue rose during the period, with broadcast, matchday and overall revenues all down. Debt increased by 73million to 391.3m.

As reported by Sportsmail, any potential Saudi takeover could be blocked by the Premier League amid allegations that their government are facilitating the commercial theft of the top-flight's international television rights.

The League last year accused Saudi Arabia of being complicit in 'the ongoing theft of our intellectual property' by refusing to support legal action against pirate broadcaster beoutQ, who it is claimed are broadcasting matches illegally using the state-owned Arab Satellite Communications Organisation (ArabSat) throughout the Middle East and Africa.

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Nilai Saham Man United Jeblok 'Terpapar' Corona
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Manchester - Manchester United mesti merugi di lantai bursa karena dampak virus corona. Harga saham Setan Merah jeblok.
Harga saham Man United di bursa saham di Amerika Serikat sempat menembus 16,5 pound sterling pada awal tahun. Saat itu, MU ditaksir mempunyai 3 miliar pound sterling atau setara Rp 55,3 triliun.

Virus corona sudah menjadi pandemi di seluruh dunia sejak awal tahun 2020. Kini, sudah ada 198.155 orang yang dinyatakan positif Covid-19 di seluruh dunia.

Di Britania Raya, termasuk Inggris, kini sudah ada 1.960 kasus Covid-19. Beberapa diantaranya ada pelaku sepakbola, Mikel Arteta dan Callum Hudson-Odoi menjadi contohnya.

Liga Inggris pun disetop sampai 4 April. Andai keadaan belum membaik, ada kemungkinan Premier League digelar tanpa penonton atau tak lanjut.

Kondisi itu membuat nilai saham MU mengalami penurunan. Perlembarnya kini dijual 10,7 pound steling, Nilai MU pun turun sebesar 1 miliar pound sterling. MU kini senilai 2 miliar pound sterling atau setara Rp 36,8 triliun.

Penurunan nilai ini bisa berpengaruh ke dalam usaha MU untuk menjual saham. Belakangan ini, MU dikabarkan akan dibeli oleh investor dari Timur-Tengah.

Belakangan ini, seorang pangeran kerajaan Arab Saudi dikabarkan sedang mengincar Man United. Mohammed bin Salman yang disebut ingin memiliki The Red Devils.
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Manchester United face losing 25m of 75m-a-year adidas sponsorship deal if they miss out on the Champions League for a second year running... with Manchester City's escape from a European ban piling on the pressure

* Manchester United have a lucrative 75m-a-year sponsorship deal with adidas
* If they miss out on the Champions League for another season, it drops by 33%
* United will lose 25m of next year's fee from adidas if they finish outside top four
* Southampton's late equaliser on Monday dropped them instantly from 3rd to 5th


Manchester United will miss out on a huge 25million sum from kit sponsors adidas if they fail to qualify for next season's Champion League.

United have a mega-money 75m-a-year deal with the sportswear brand - second only in the Premier League to Liverpool's 80m contract with Nike - but there is a clause which is likely to be worrying the club's hierarchy.

If United fail to qualify for Europe's premier competition for a second straight season, adidas will not have to pay 25m of the 75m next season, taking the deal down to just 50m - a sum well below the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal.

United were in pole position to take third place in the table on Monday night, but a last-gasp equaliser from Southampton dropped them instantly to 5th - a place that currently means Europa League for next season.

Until this week, fifth place would have guaranteed United a spot in next season's Champions League, but after Manchester City won their appeal against a two-year European ban that all changed.

Now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men, who are 18 matches unbeaten in all competitions, will need to leapfrog Leicester if they are to secure a spot - and that extra 33 per cent of investment.


United risk missing out on 25m in sponsorship cash from adidas if they finish outside top four. As it stands United are level on points with Leicester and one behind Chelsea in top four race

As it stands, United are level on points with Leicester with a three-goal deficit on goal difference, and one point behind third-placed Chelsea.

In their final three matches, the Red Devils face Crystal Palace away, West Ham at home - and then Leicester away in a mouthwatering clash on the final day of the season.

In the Premier League, Liverpool have the biggest sponsorship deal having signed an 80m-a-season contract with Nike back in January.

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

Both figures are dwarfed by Real Madrid and Barcelona, with the two Spanish clubs far and away the most well-paid in European football. The former takes in 110m a season, while the latter earns 100m.

In the Premier League, Manchester City earn 65m a season with Puma, Arsenal 60m with adidas and Chelsea rake in 60m with Nike. Tottenham, meanwhile, have a 30m-a-year deal with Nike.

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Manchester United keep money-spinning 75m adidas sponsorship deal intact after qualifying for Champions League

* Manchester United reached the Champions League on the last day of the season
* Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side beat Leicester City 2-0 on Sunday afternoon
* United are now able to claim all of their 75million-a-year kit deal with adidas
* The club's kit supplier was allowed to keep 25million if they failed to qualify


Manchester United have avoided the potential loss of 25million through kit sponsorship after they qualified for the Champions League on Sunday.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side beat top-four rivals Leicester City 2-0 in a winner-takes-all clash on the final day of the Premier League season to seal a spot in Europe's premier club competition.

Had the Red Devils lost to Brendan Rodgers' side on Sunday, they would have finished in fifth place and only winning the highly-competitive Europa League tournament in August would have secured Champions League football for next season.

Missing out on the Champions League for a second successive season would have allowed kit supplier adidas to keep 25million of their 75million-a-year sponsorship deal next season.

But now the Red Devils are sat at Europe's top table, adidas are required to give the Premier League giants this extra 33 per cent instalment which the club could spend in the summer transfer window.

Manchester United's kit deal with adidas is the second highest in the Premier League, behind Liverpool's 80million-a-year deal with Nike which was finalised in January 2020.


Manchester United reaching the Champions League has earned the club an extra 25million. Kit supplier adidas would have kept 25million if the Red Devils finished outside the top-four. United's 75million-a-year kit deal with adidas is the second-largest in the Premier League

If adidas had been allowed to keep 25million of the sponsorship deal, United would have received less money in annual kit revenue than rivals Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal.

Manchester City have the third-highest kit deal in England's top-flight due to their 65million-a-year with Puma, while Arsenal and Chelsea bring in 60m-a-year with adidas and Nike respectively.

Tottenham Hotspur, on the other hand, rake in 30m-a-year through their deal with Nike.

Despite now being able to fall back on 75million-a-year from their kit supplier, United's deal is still small in comparison to La Liga giants Real Madrid and Barcelona, who earn 110m and 100m respectively.

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[B]Billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov DENIES Russian reports that he is launching a takeover bid for Manchester United... with former Brooklyn Nets owner not plotting imminent return to sports ownership

* Reports in Russia said Mikhail Prokhorov wants to buy Manchester United
* Sportsmail has been told the former Brooklyn Nets owner firmly denies that
* Prokhorov has a net worth of 8.7billion, having been valued this year by Forbes
* Manchester United have been owned by the Glazer family since 2003


Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov firmly denies he is planning a takeover bid of Manchester United, sources have told Sportsmail.

Reports in Russia on Wednesday had suggested the former Brooklyn Nets NBA team owner, who Forbes estimate has a net worth of $11.3billion (8.7bn), was targeting a return to sports ownership.

Sportsmail has learned that is not the case and Prokhorov has no immediate plans to make a return.

Prokhorov, 55, made a large portion of his fortune from selling his stake in metals giant Norilsk Nickel in 2008.

He has stakes in Russian power, insurance and banking sectors and also gained prominence when running against Vladimir Putin in Russia's 2012 presidential race.

Prokhorov's time as a sports owner came to an end in 2018 when he sold his 49 per cent stake in NBA franchise Brooklyn Nets in a $2.3bn deal to Chinese billionaire Joseph Tsai.


Mikhail Prokhorov has firmly denied suggestions he is attempting to buy Manchester United. United are valued at around 3billion and are among the most marketable teams in all of sport. Man United chiefs Avram Glazer and Joel Glazer are major figures on the board of the club but they are hugely unpopular with supporters for their period of ownership

Manchester United have been owned by the Glazer family since their buyout of existing shareholders between 2003-05.

Supporters have protested against the ownership of the Glazer family for years now but with the club valued at close to 3bn by Forbes, potential owners have found a takeover bid increasingly difficult to finance.

Prokhorov, who invested heavily into the Nets before selling his share, is an individual who does have the wealth to fund such a deal but, for now, it seems he does not have any interest in a return to sports ownership.

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mudah2an jadi dibeli sama Prokhorov, dan nanti tajir & royalnya sama kayak Roman, belanja banyak kayak Chelsea musim ini
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