Manchester United’s home kit for the 2021/22 campaign has been leaked online, with manufacturers Adidas moving the club crest to the middle of the shirt.
Football kit website Footy Headlines have released photos of United’s rumoured strip for next term, which has the same shade of red as this season’s design.
The next kit release will reportedly be a clean-cut design free of any prints or patterns incorporated into the shirt, along with a centrally-aligned badge and Adidas logo.
United’s kit sponsor will also be included on the shirt, but that has been left out of the leaked design for now.
The report suggest their new strip will feature ‘cloud white’ accents on the sleeves, shoulders and crew-neck, which is a slightly darker shade than regular white.
It will then be matched with shorts in the same shade of white and black socks to complete the Red Devils’ look for 2021/22.
The kit is expected to be released in July ahead of the new Premier League season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will hope to see his players wearing the design in next year’s Champions League, with United currently on course to finish in the Premier League top four for the second straight season.
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They are eight points clear of fifth-place West Ham up in second, meaning another six wins are required to seal their place in Europe’s elite-level competition again.
However, former Liverpool midfielder Danny Murphy could still be sacked even if they finish in the top four, saying on talkSPORT: “[Solskjaer’s] in a position for me where the Europa League has become monumental for him and the club.
“I like him and I’m not one who wants to see managers sacked and I do think they’ve made some strides forward, but Manchester United have to be doing better.
“If they don’t win the Europa League and only finish in the top four then I think they’ll make a change.”
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