New 2015/16 Manchester United kit pictures leaked?

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New pictures of Manchester United's shirts for next season have emerged online.

The Red Devils' strip will be made by Adidas as of next season with Chevrolet as the sponsor after a world record £75 million-per-season deal with the German sportswear firm was announced last year.


The kit is more conservative than previous images purporting to be the real deal, and features a subtle stripe motif as well as a white sleeve with trademark stripes. A second picture, published by radio station TalkSPORT, seems to show the away kit which is white with a black stripe at the bottom.

Manchester United fans received the kit well after the picture emerged last night. One tweeted: "This rumoured Man Utd kit is mouth watering. Adidas you're the best!" while another added: "The new Man Utd kit is looking great I will be buying this one for sure."


The arrival of Adidas as Manchester United ends a lengthy association with Nike, who have manufactured the club's kits for the last 13 seasons.

On the pitch Manchester United are still on course for a top four finish after their convincing 3-0 win over Tottenham at the weekend. They are in fourth place just two points behind rivals Manchester City in second place in the Premier League.


Next up for the Red Devils is a huge game against Liverpool, who are also hoping to break into the top four. The Reds are just two points behind Manchester United in fifth place after their win against Swansea.

Check out the images of the kits below - what do you make of them Manchester United fans?

Away Kit: 

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