Manchester United have agreed a record kit manufacturing deal, but fans simply want to know what, and who, is next.
Manchester United may not be participants in the Champions League next season, but they are being positioned to bounce back to Europe's elite and stay there.
The club have agreed a mammoth £750 million kit manufacturing and sponsorship deal with sportswear giants Adidas.
It is a deal eclipsing anything else in the Premier League, and even Europe.
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The 10 year deal compactly breaks down to being worth £75 million a season, and begins officially from the 2015/16 season.
Adidas themselves say they expect to double their money in return and earn £1.5 billion in kit sales over the course of the decade.
After United's seventh place finish last season, the deal gives a huge lift to the club's aims of resurgence, to support incoming manager Louis van Gaal.
United have been linked with dozens of players over the past month, but this kit deal with Adidas has excited fans to believe the club can now secure the much rumoured signing of midfield titan Arturo Vidal from Juventus.
Here is a look at how supporters reacted on Twitter to the news of the kit deal:
By the way, that new United/adidas deal sounds insane. £70m/year. Blows every other deal out of the water. Now spend some of it on Vidal.— Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) July 14, 2014
£75m is enough to sign Adidas star Ángel di María and Arturo Vidal. Kit deal is a stroke of genius.— United Heaven (@UtdHeaven) July 14, 2014
i expect Christmas this whole week. Adidas today, Vidal tomorrow, Hummels Wednesday..— TinManUnited (@TinManUnited) July 14, 2014
Buzzing with the Adidas deal. Can't wait to see them 3 stripes on a United shirt again. Be even more buzzing with Vidal though.— Tommy Stevens (@tomstevens17) July 14, 2014
I don't think any other sportswear firm will ever pay any other club the amount Adidas paid #MUFC. Are we still 'a club in decline', haters?— Zarar Mohammed (@Zarar27) July 14, 2014