Reports have emerged claiming that Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has taken a Dutch company to court over use of his image.
The Sunday Mirror reported that Van Gaal is demanding almost £75,000 in damages after a company used a picture of him in a newspaper advert without his permission.
The Manchester United boss went to court last week after alleging that Dutch firm Interbest had used a picture of him at last summer’s World Cup without his permission.
An initial ruling agreed that Van Gaal has a case – and he is now taking up a second battle to win €100,000 in compensation.
Van Gaal has promised to give any cash he is awarded to charity.
Interbest organises an annual competition for the best writers in Holland.