Images have emerged on social media of Manchester United’s potential new kits for next season, resulting in plenty of speculation as to what the 2015/16 strips will actually look like.
There will be at least one notable change to this kit with Adidas set to replace Nike as the club's official supplier from the end of the current campaign.
The new Adidas kits are the first United shirts to boast the iconic Three Stripes since 1992 – after the club announced a new kit deal with the German sportswear giant last July.
Adidas reached an agreement with United worth £75 million a year until 2025 to produce the club's kits and training gear and it will bring to an end a 13-year association with Nike.
There are several designs doing the rounds and, naturally, some appear to be going down better than others with supporters on social media.
Footy Headlines have got hold of a few mock-ups, including a new third kit design that features a black and red combination and a simplistic v-neck collar that seems to be a recurring theme.
Adidas will unveil the new kit designs in the summer it will be interesting to see if they move to sign-up a number of Manchester United players also, much as Puma did following their deal with Arsenal.
Manchester United fans will be hoping that any new shirt will feature the iconic Champions League badge on the sleeves, and this would appear likely given good form of late that has led them to third place.
Manchester United fans: what do you think of these kit designs? Which one is your favourite?
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