Manchester United’s home kit for the 2019/20 campaign is already on sale, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men donning a suave number – that was on full display during the 1999 Legends game at the weekend.
Thanks to the excellent Footy Headlines, it seems as though we now know how the Red Devils’ third kit is going to look going into the new season.
As you can see from the photos below, Adidas have produced a black number, in what is seemingly a stereotypically basic third kit with a sprinkle of bright colours mixed in.
Again, Chevrolet is the main shirt sponsor while Kohler’s logo is sitting on the left sleeve. To the bottom of the shirt there is a quote that reads ‘110 Years, Manchester Rose, 1909-2019’ which is a reference to the 1909 cup final.
Apparently, black shorts and black socks is set to complete the kit, which we’ll no doubt see utilised in both domestic competition and the Europa League over the next twelve months.
In terms of when this kit will officially be unveiled, I wouldn’t be surprised to see United hold off until they’re on pre-season tour in Australia – as that’d allow the hype to build up over the next month or so.