​Leeds United's tracksuits aren't big enough for manager Steve Evans - so he's had to have his old Rotherham gear modified, ​the Star report.

Evans' October appointment apparently prompted Massimo Cellino, Leeds' disqualified owner, to contact the club's official kit suppliers Kappa about providing larger sizes.

But three months on and the Italian has had no such luck and Evans is still said to be wearing his old Rotherham tracksuit with the Whites' badge sewn on by the kit man.

"The manager can’t seem to fit into the official Leeds training gear," a Leeds source told the paper.

"So he’s using his old stuff and has got someone to attach Leeds badges to it so it looks like the original stuff all the rest of the coaching staff wear."

Cellino's reign has not been short of controversy, amid allegations of spy cameras and class A drug consumption in the boardroom, the implementation of a pie tax on home match tickets and two separate disqualifications.

However, with the former Cagliari chief out of the picture, Leeds have experienced an upturn in fortunes under Evans, who is Cellino's sixth manager in under two years and are currently on an eight-game unbeaten run in the league and cup.

Having achieved two promotions and a Championship survival at Rotherham, maybe it's just his lucky tracksuit?