Manchester United is facing a major crisis caused by Cristiano Ronaldo, after he moved to his ranks from Juventus, Italy.
The cause of the crisis is due to the acute shortage of the Portuguese star’s shirts, with fans racing to buy the shirt after his return to Old Trafford.
And according to what was published by the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, the manufacturer is trying hard to make more shirts to make up for the shortage, despite suffering from negative effects due to the closure of its factories in Vietnam due to the Corona pandemic.
The demand for the player’s shirt witnessed a great demand, especially after the English club granted the player the number 7, which increased the demand.
The T-shirt supplier will face major production delays of 4 months due to the closure of factories in Vietnam, where usually 28% of the production of sportswear giant Adidas comes from.
An Adidas spokesperson announced that there is a collaboration with the English club to try to meet exceptionally high fan demands for new designs, with a drop in some products expected.
And the club’s online store announced that, as a result of the great pressure, some shirts with Ronaldo’s name and number printed on it may not be shipped before next November.