Ronaldo jersey sales ₹329.6 crore first day, causing Adidas supply chain crisis.
Messi and Ronaldo's transfer shocks the world
During the club’s transfer this year, two news shocked the world. First one, Messi left Barcelona, where he played for 16 years, and second, Ronaldo returned to his old club Manchester United and put on the No. 7 jersey again.
After the news of Ronaldo's return was exposed, Manchester United fans instantly boiled, and some people even cheered Ronaldo's return on the stadium, and according to the description of the British media, even the Queen of England also ordered 80 Ronaldo jerseys and hoped to have Ronaldo's signature.
Regardless of the authenticity of the news, this represents Ronaldo's position in world football. After all, the United Kingdom is the home of football and they want the football back to home.
PSG said the jersey sales information is incorrect
A few days ago, Messi left Barcelona and transferred to PSG. The media in the world reposted that Messi's jersey sales amazing. Some people said that he sold at least one million jerseys within an hour, and some people said that he was in half an hour sold 150,000 jerseys, and PSG issued a statement to refute these rumors.
They stated that the news that one million jerseys were sold in a day was wrong, but they were unwilling to say how many jerseys were sold, only that Messi's jerseys selling is unprecedentedly good.
With the Ronaldo reback Manchester, everyone immediately wanted to know how much the No. 7 jersey was sold. At present, Ronaldo's jersey is divided into two prices, a player version jersey with Ronaldo's name and number is priced at £114.95 (about ₹11,658), while the fan version is sold for £79.95 (about ₹8108).
Ronaldo jersey's first day sales are amazing
One day after the news of Ronaldo's return was announced, the Premier League stated that Ronaldo's No. 7 jersey sales broke a record, and according to a report by Fox Sports, within 12 hours of the sale of Ronaldo's new jersey sales reached £32.5million.
One day after the news of Ronaldo's return was announced, the Premier League stated that Ronaldo's No. 7 jersey sales broke a record, and according to a report by Fox Sports, within 12 hours of the sale of Ronaldo's new jersey sales reached £32.5million (about ₹329.6 crore).
Adidas Vietnam factory shut down due to Covid-19
However, the British "Independent" pointed out that due to the epidemic, adidas's foundry in Vietnam was forced to close, and work has been suspended for four months. Adidas' production progress has slowed down significantly. Southeast Asian countries usually account for 28% of adidas' total production, which means that both Manchester United and adidas are facing a shortage of shirts.