As of yet, there’s been no official confirmation of Manchester United’s 2017/18 home kit.
Not that official confirmation is even needed these days.
Over the course of the last few weeks, we’ve seen several leaked images – each claiming to show United’s next home shirt – circulating on social media. With the kit set to be unveiled by adidas at some point before United jet off to the US on preseason tour, even more images are now doing the rounds.
As with earlier leaks, these latest pictures appear to confirm that adidas have ditched last season’s half-and-half design which featured two shades of red.
Adidas’ trademark three stripes run in white down the shirt’s shoulders, but don’t continue down the sleeves. At the end of the sleeves, black and white piping has been added. The shirt, the third home design to be designed by the German sportswear giant in their second stint at United’s kit supplier, also appears to have a button-up collar.
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United’s shorts are expected to be white, with other leaked images suggesting they’ll have black stripes down the side instead of red.
The new kit is expected to get its first airing when United face LA Galaxy in their first preseason friendly at the StubHub Center on July 15.