The MANCHESTER UNITED home kit for next season has been leaked online.
The simple adidas design has no pattern, but opinion has been shared among fans – especially on the version with their new TeamViewer T-shirt sponsor.
Images claiming to depict the Red Devil’s home kit next season have been uploaded by footyheadlines.
And it looks like adidas has copied Nike’s style this season by placing the club logo and its own badge in the center of the shirt.
England’s home kit and Tottenham’s yellow trench this season are both in the same style.
The strip of the three lions, in particular, is already appreciated as a modern cult classic.
In a similar look, United’s will have a round white collar as well as a white sleeve lining.
And apart from the three adidas brand stripes from the neck to the shoulders, the rest of the kit is red.
There are still some doubts about how the TeamViewer logo will be displayed on the tape, so the titles below exclude it.
But Twitter fans had a try with the badge expected to be white, rather than the brand’s regular blue.
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TeamViewer will pay £ 47 million a year to be featured on United’s shirts and will replace Chevrolet early next season.
Once the images of the sponsored version went online, Devils Daily wrote: “It looks absolutely awful.
“Something you would imagine wearing a race car driver or a boxer. He has to change logos to respond to the new sponsor. “
Gar Kavanagh wrote: “Brutal kit”.
And Ismail said, “It looks hot without sponsoring the logo. But if I put a huge TeamViewer with its horrible logo on it, it’s going to be awful.”
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