Sunday 4 December 2016

Man United's new kit has been leaked and it is quite a departure from last year's strip

Published 15/07/2016 | 13:16

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - JULY 06: (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE) Henrikh Mkhitaryan of Manchester United after signing for the club at Aon Training Complex on July 6, 2016 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Matthew Peters/Man Utd via Getty Images)
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - JULY 06: (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE) Henrikh Mkhitaryan of Manchester United after signing for the club at Aon Training Complex on July 6, 2016 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Matthew Peters/Man Utd via Getty Images)

The new Manchester United kit has been put on pre-order sale - with the big unveiling of the red shirts Jose Mourinho’s players will wear in the new Premier League season apparently exposed online ahead of time.

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United and Adidas like to present an air of mystery around the unveiling of the kit that proves to be a huge seller around the world each year, with sports shops in Dubai apparently breaking an embargo by selling last season’s kit ahead of its official launch in Manchester.

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That scenario appears to have been repeated once again this year, with images appearing on Twitter in recent days that appear to reveal how the new strip will look on posters that have been displayed in the Far East.

The new kit has been put on sale on the official United website, with the home shirt costing £60 for adults and £50 for children. A woman’s version of the shirt is available at £55.

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With shorts and socks costing a combined £43, adults will need to pay out £103 if they want the full replica kit that will be worn by Ztalan Ibrahimovic, Wayne Rooney and the rest of United’s big names this season.

However, if any adult buys the full kit (including socks), we reckon you should seriously consider deleting them on whatever social media platform they may be on. Full kit wearing adults are to be avoided at all costs!

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