Manchester United's world record sponsorship deal with American car company Chevrolet will not be affected by the fact that they could miss out on Champions League football next season, according to the Daily Telegraph.
The Red Devils look increasingly unlikely to qualify for next season's Champions League as they are seventh in the Premier League.
David Moyes' side are currently 11 points behind fourth-placed Liverpool with just 12 games to go.
The Premier League champions will lose a significant amount of money if they do not compete in Europe's most prestigious competition for the first time in 19 years.
However Chevrolet, who have signed a seven year deal with Manchester United, have stated they will not pull out of the deal - despite the English side's disastrous season.
It was originally thought that Chevrolet would look to renegotiate their deal with Manchester United, however the motoring company failed to insert a performance-related clause into their contract.
Chevrolet will replace current sponsors Aon as Manchester United's official shirt sponsors at the end of the season.