Manchester United New Kit Is So Fine! Check Out The Various Designs
Manchester United have unveiled their new training kit, which looks so beautiful. The red devils, as they are popularly called have also joined some other clubs that have unveiled their new kits for new season. But unlike the other clubs, Manchester united have not yet unveiled they home and away jersey which is going to be used next season.
Their former training kit was colour red, but this time around, they decided to do something different by adopting the colour green for the new kit. It comes in various designs such as a round neck shirt and shorts which Paul Pogba was wearing, hoodie and shorts which Mctominay was wearing, turtle neck which Rashford was wearing, and a sweater which Wan bissaka was wearing. Check them out below.
What are your thoughts on this? Did you think Manchester United may ever change the color of their kit?
If you are a supporter of Manchester United or you think the kit is beautiful, please drop a comment below. Don't forget to also like this post.
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