2020/2021 Manchester United’s Kits Leaked Online
File Photo: (United’s shirt for the 2020/2021 season that was leaked online. Photo Source- www.footyheadlines.com)
Coronavirus pandemic has effected life and businesses globally, as well as all sporting activities. One of such sporting activities is the game of football which has attracted so much investments from various billionaires around the World. At the moment, some countries and football leagues have concluded plans to resume football activities.
Meanwhile the German league has resumed football activities, though behind closed doors, without fans and spectators.
However, others are still on the drawing board, making adequate plans and preparations to resume. Among such leagues making preparation to resume is the English league (Barclay's Premiere league).
Meanwhile, despite the uncertainty of what the future entails for Europe’s elite clubs, Manchester United have concluded plans for next season
Related: Simy Nwankwo Busy Shooting Crotone Back To The Serie A
The record 20-time Premier league champions have begun to give fans the feel of next season, with new Home and Away kits leaked online.
United supporters have been previously irked by a different new kit leaked early in May.
This new design seems to have found its place in the hearts of the Theatre of Dreams fans as compared to the previous, infamous yellow and black dots ‘Bus-Seat’ kits, though it contains tiny bits of the yellow and black dots.
The home kit- designed by United’s sponsor, Adidas- features simple classic, textured look and sees a return to United’s yellow crest.
United’s away kit sees a welcome return of black – no more snakeskin gold or blue away shirts. Adidas’ three stripes pattern remains horizontal across both shirts.
Adidas’ simple designs bring a reminiscent of United’s away shirts in the 2016/17 season. These designs lack any form of innovation or creativity in them but the simplistic nature may just be enough to convince United fans.
United, meanwhile, are yet to confirm the kits for next season.
Adidas have been the club’s kit manufacturers since the 2015/2016 season.