Manchester United sacked Jose Mourinho in December after a string of poor results, but their recent form is indicative of a much bigger problem at the club.
The former Dutch goalkeeper is now CEO of Eredivisie champions Ajax but insisted a reunion with the Red Devils was far from out of the question.
Since that result over two months ago, United have picked up just one more win in the Premier League - a 1-0 win against Leicester City - with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side now sitting in 12th place in the league table.
A club spokesman said: "Chevrolet is a fantastic partner and we will continue to work with them to activate and maximise the sponsorship". Damaging defeats to Crystal Palace, West Ham United and Newcastle United have seen Ole Gunnar Solskjaer come under fire from fans and the media alike.
James has scored three goals in his first four appearances for United, and has impressed with his pace and his direct play.
"Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in his interview afterwards, I was nearly slipping down my chair, it was nearly like he doesn't know what's going wrong, let's say". He can look over his shoulder and think "down the road you've got Jurgen Klopp, you've got [Pep] Guardiola - these are managers that are actually improving their players, they're getting the best out of their squad".
They've been awful this season and lost to Rafa Benitez-less Newcastle United before the global break, and the Magpies are even worse!
Lyon too, are said to be open to selling the France global, provided they get a fee in the region of £71 million in return.