Manchester United’s new third kit has apparently been leaked online and is a twist to a previous design worn by United.
This year’s zebra designed third kit was hit and its with fans, but Shirt manufacturers Adidas have gone for another bold attempt this time round, but opted for a more traditional colour scheme.
United last had a blue kit in the 2016/2017 season, when they won the Carabao Cup and Europa League under Jose Mourinho.
The 21-22 third football shirt is blue with a subtle all-over pattern print in black, inspired by the iconic 1993-95 away shirt.
The upcoming season will be the first with United’s new jersey sponsor TeamViewer.
TeamViewer will pay a staggering £47million-a-year to feature on United’s shirts and will replace Chevrolet from the start of next season.
It means they will rake in a whopping £235m in total from the deal.
United’s partnership with the tech firm is the biggest shirt-only deal in the Premier League and represents the largest contract to be signed during the pandemic.