It's all going wrong for Manchester United at the moment.
As it stands, the Red Devils are 12th in the Premier League after eight games and only two points above the relegation zone.
Just two games won finds United in a position where they're genuinely being talked about as relegation contenders this season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under huge amounts of pressure to turn things around, while the quality of his squad is being questioned.
It's incredible to think that only six years ago United were Premier League champions under Sir Alex Ferguson, whose departure ultimately sparked the club's decline.
Calls are being made for executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward to resign amid concerns that he's more focused on making money than making United great again.
Woodward - who has been at Old Trafford since 2005 - played a key role in brokering the staggering £410m sponsorship deal with Chevrolet seven years ago.
However, according to the Daily Mail, even Chevrolet are unhappy with United's form in recent years and unlikely to extend the deal when it expires in 2021 as a result.
United are so bad that even their shirt sponsors don't want to work with them anymore.
An insider said: "It was doomed from the start. The feeling within was that Chevrolet had massively overpaid and it was never going to get done again."
United are now on the lookout for a new shirt sponsor, with Chevrolet's unhappiness stemming from the fact they haven't come close to winning the Premier League or Champions League.
It comes as another blow to United, whose reputation continues to take a beating.News Now - Sport News