Manchester United are preparing for a futuristic overhaul of their iconic home kit for the 2020/21 campaign.
The giants of the Premier League will enter the sixth season of their 10-year contract manufacturer with Adidas, which is worth £ 750 million.
And apparently intending to make him a shirt to remember, the designers came up with an attractive proposal for United.
The footage released by Footy Headlines shows the latest version of the famous Red Devils shirt - and includes modern "paint brush strips".
As usual, the next home shirt will remain predominantly red, but it has a black and yellow abstract graphic on the front of the shirt.
The three iconic Adidas stripes will remain on the shirt's shoulders and will also include a crew neck collar.
But the manufacturer's logo will also be white instead of black this year.
While it's not clear if this is actually a legitimate design, there were other leaked images from the new United collection.
This includes a football, which also features "black brush stripes" and yellow.
Manchester United, meanwhile, has wiped out $ 1 billion from the coronavirus crisis.
The stock market crash plummeted to just over $ 12 months, surpassing $ 20 just two months ago.
The decline is in line with the stock market crash caused by the global pandemic, but it is still a stunning drop.
After having a market value of over $ 3 billion just after Christmas, it is now valued at around $ 2 billion.
In the past 12 months, there have been persistent rumors of interest in Saudi Arabia, Glazers owners would be ready to put a £ 3 billion price tag on the club.
The Glazers takeover in 2005 said it cost £ 790 million.
If and when they are sold, it will all be for a huge profit and they have consistently drawn large dividends from the company.
And in the latest set of financial figures, Glazers' net debt to United stood at 384.5 million pounds.