Stockport based Adidas UK and Umbro International are among a list of creditors owed substantial amounts following the collapse of Wigan based JJB Sports last month.
Adidas UK are owed £10m and Cheadle’s Umbro International, owed £8m.
JJB was placed under the control of administrators from KPMG in Manchester at the start of October when 2,000 jobs were lost throughout the UK.
A new KPMG report details the financial problems the company was facing at the time amounting to £150m owed to its stakeholders and lenders. .
Administrators raised just £24m for creditors through the sale of 20 stores and the Wigan head office and e-commerce business to major rival Sports Direct.
Other creditors included Capital Shopping Centres, which owns the Arndale and Trafford Centre, media buying agency Carat.