As one of the biggest clubs in the world, Manchester United sell millions of shirts every year.
It's incredibly important that they nail the shirt every year to maintain sales.
But it appears that their kits for next season will not be very popular indeed.
That's because all of their kits have now been 'leaked' on various platforms.
United were a little riskier this year, with their home and third jersey's featuring bold patterns and colours.
It's important to note that the three kits below are not official, but the shirt itself or the pattern has been confirmed by the ever reliable Footy Headlines.
The home kit is red and features yellow and black lines.
The jersey was actually leaked by Barcelona's YouTube channel, while pictures of it have also emerged online.
I'm not a fan of this at all. There is just no need for the yellow and black lines.
United's away kit for the 2020/21 season was leaked by FootyHeadlines today.
It's predominantly 'legacy green' with monochrome off-white logos.
It was originally set to launch this month, but the coronavirus pandemic has caused a delay.
I'm a fan. It's comfortably the best kit of the three.
Third kits are usually experimental with clubs trying new designs and colours every year, and United have gone all out.
Per FootyHeadlines, their third kit for the 2020/21 season will feature a 'dazzle camo' all-over print in white and black.
They haven't actually posted the kit on their website yet but it was leaked by a fan in March.
It really is quite something.
Again, it's important to stress that these kits aren't final but, barring any late changes, it appears they will be United's kits for next season.
If they are all legit, it's fair to say United won't enjoy their most successful season when it comes to shirt sales.
The away kit is nice, but not spectacular, while the other two are just hideous.
Maybe they'll look nicer in person than they do in the images...
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