Manchester United’s New Home Kit For Next Season Could Be a Radical Change

Manchester United’s New Home Kit For Next Season Could Be a Radical Change

Manchester United‘s new home kit for next season has been leaked online and Red Devils supporters should probably prepare themselves for one of the most radical changes in years.

As we’ve told you previously, strip manufacturers Adidas have been thought to be toying with the idea of introducing a lot more black to the United home uniform for the 2018/19 season and now we have a better idea of the overall design.

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According to the ultra-reliable lads over at Footy Headlines, the main image above is said to represent what Jose Mourinho’s men will be turning out in from August.

Moreover, it has been reported that, for the first time in recent memory, United will turn out in a kit which feature next to no white on it at all, meaning all of the trim and emblems will be in black.

As we’ve also told you recently, details surrounding the Red Devils’ away strips have already become public, with manufacturers Adidas reportedly opting to introduce a bold pink away shirt, and a stylish navy third uniform.

But what do you make of this proposed home strip? Would you part with your hard-earned cash to buy it?


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