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Man Utd’s New Home Shirt All But Confirmed in New Leaked Image

Man Utd’s New Home Shirt All But Confirmed in New Leaked Image

Further images of Manchester United‘s new kit for the 2019/20 season has been leaked online and it all but confirms what the Red Devils will be wearing next season.

Earlier this month, we revealed how rumours had started online suggesting the Old Trafford club would be playing in a home strip which continues the dark theme employed this season, with their iconic crest in black with a gold trim.

Now, it looks like the ultra reliable guys over at Footy Headlines have confirmed the rumours after posting a picture of the new United home design on a mannequin:

This is, in fact, the first time in modern history that United will be turning out in a shirt with an entirely black crest, which will be outlined by a gold trim.

Given Adidas pay United a whopping £75 million per season for the rights to sell their kits, they’ll no doubt be hoping these will fly off the shelves when they’re released this summer.

But what do you think of the fresh designs?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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