Man Utd players ‘complain’ about Adidas kit to Ten Hag as Andre Onana and co take action | Football | Sport
Some Manchester United stars plan to start wearing replica kit during matches as they feel the current Adidas kit is too tight for players. The Red Devils haven’t had a poor start to the season, although their struggles don’t seem to be focused solely on performance.
Erik ten Hag’s side have won five of their opening 10 games of the Premier League campaign, losing the remaining five. United therefore sit eighth in the table and will need to improve significantly if they are to maintain their Champions League winning streak and challenge for silverware.
The Red Devils have been heavily criticized for their performances, with the squad lacking motivation and ideas. However, it’s not just the higher powers at Old Trafford who are dealing with off-field matters at the moment.
According to the Daily Mailsome members of Ten Hag’s have complained about the fit of their kits this season and have taken action by opting for the replica shirts, which are available to the public, instead because they fit better.
There is a feeling within the team that the player issued shirts, made specifically for the United squad, are too tight and therefore not as comfortable as other strips. Summer signing Andre Onana is said to be among the complainers and has been wearing a replica goalkeeper strip since his side beat Sheffield United on October 21.
Last season, David de Gea complained to Adidas that their goalkeeper strip was too mythical and his feedback was taken on board. However, the consequent changes made by the manufacturer are not suitable for Onana as the former Inter Milan shot stopper is bulkier and has a wider frame than his predecessor.
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