Leaked pictures claim 2013/14 Manchester United kit will keep controversial 'tablecloth' design

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New pictures have emerged claiming to show Manchester United’s new away shirt for the 2013/14 season.

Earlier pictures purporting to be Manchester United’s next home shirt for the 2013/14 season claimed that the club would do away with the controversial gingham design that has been adopted this term.

The new home kit will reportedly feature a buttoned down collar and is said to have been designed in part by Old Trafford hero Eric Cantona.

However the most recent pictures seem to claim that won’t be the case on the away shirt, which is black and blue and sports the checkered design.

Manchester United shirts in the future will bear the name of American car giant Chevrolet as their new title sponsor but only from the 2014/15 season, meaning Aon is still the name on the front of the kit pictured.

Manchester United’s constant kit changes in recent years have drawn criticism of late; if claims they intend to change kit again next season prove to be true it would be their 6th change in as many years.

The Red Devils reportedly make £60million a year from 1.4 million shirt sales, prompting some fans to accuse them of trying to ‘bleed them dry’.

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