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The Adidas Manchester United home kit for the 2021/22 season has “leaked” online

The Adidas Manchester United home kit for the 2021/22 season has “leaked” online

The Manchester United logo, as seen at Old Trafford. (imago Images)

Manchester United’s home kit for the 2021/22 season by Adidas has been “leaked”

The Footy Headlines (h / t Manchester Evening News) website has revealed what the Manchester United home team might look like for the 2021/22 season.

The “leaked” photo shows a clean design for the home kit next season. It is believed that the same shade of red will be used for the next campaign.

There are no designs or apparent patterns, and the look of the kit is very minimalist and neat. The details on the shirt are in a “cloud white” color, which is slightly darker than traditional white.

Manchester United home kit “leaked” by Adidas for the 2021/22 season. (Image credits: Footy Headlines via Manchester Evening News)

The cuffs with sleeves and the white design of the neck the neckline would be in the same color. The report goes on to say that the shorts would be in the same shade of white.

It looks sleak

And the socks are said to be in a shade of black to complement the traditional color scheme of the Manchester United home kit. The home kit shows another visible change.

The Adidas logo and the club’s badge are centrally aligned, reminiscent of the 1984/85 home kit the club wore when it lifted the FA Cup.

The 1984/85 Adidas home kit worn by Manchester United.  (Imago Images)
The 1984/85 Adidas home kit worn by Manchester United. (Imago Images)

This comes after the travel kit has been “leaked” on the same website. It seems that the sneakers are inspired by the iconic United sets of yesteryear, because the supposed travel kit also contained antique details.

Another possible change to the team’s jerseys would be to change sponsors on the home jersey. Chevrolet has been sponsoring the United shirt for a while, but their business will expire soon.

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With that in mind, the club has agreed a quick deal with software company TeamViewer, which will be sponsoring the club’s shirt starting next season.