Premier League giants Manchester United have reportedly given Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic a bizarre ban.
According toThe Sun, the Red Devils have banned their two stars from swapping their match jerseys with opponents after games.
The report also suggests that management have also bared them from giving away their shirts to supporters, as the club is trying to save money where they can.
An Old Trafford insider reportedly told the English publication that the club is hoping they don’t need to replace many of the stars' jerseys.
“They are asked not to swap shirts so they don’t have to be replaced, it seems daft given how much the club is worth,” the insider told publication.
“The owners have a reputation for keeping an eye on costs.”
The Red Devils are estimated to be worth around £2 billion (R38.4 billion) and also have record jersey deal with Adidas, which is worth £750 million (R14 billion) over 10 years.
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