Old Trafford given Adidas makeover following start of Manchester United partnership

Old Trafford given Adidas makeover following start of Manchester United partnership

Old Trafford has been given a makeover following the start of Manchester United’s £750m deal with Adidas.

The white seats have been rearranged to represent an Adidas logo and the brand’s advertising is all over the stadium.

For £750m, they can do whatever they like. United have brought in six players this summer and have barely made a dent in the windfall.

Ed Woodward has done a fantastic job of bringing money into the club which is steadily being reinvested on the pitch.

The sign at #OldTrafford has now been changed to #Adidas alongside the advertising #MUFC #BeTheDifference

A photo posted by Manchester United fan page (@united24_7) on

Barcelona’s Pedro has been strongly linked with a move to United along with Valencia’s Nicolas Otamendi and Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos.

Adidas will be keen to see a star name in the new United home kit they launched on Saturday so it is safe to say that the club’s transfer activity isn’t over yet.

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Ben graduated with a first-class honours degree in Journalism from the University of Sheffield and he was The Peoples Person's co-editor between March 2015-16. He is now a regular contributor and freelancer.