MANCHESTER UNITED'S new shirts for next season have reportedly been leaked online.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men will head into the campaign with versions featuring their new shirt sponsor TeamViewer.
The traditional home jersey appears to have two slightly different shades of red with a simplistic white collar.
The three adidas stripes fall down the shoulders and it is the same colour red that is used in this season's shirt.
Adidas have unveiled a controversial 'Cloud White' away strip that is sure to have fans divided.
Taking inspiration from the 1991-93 shirt, it boasts a retro blue and white pattern while the logos are emblazoned in red.
And according to Footy Headlines, the third shirt will mainly be navy combined with yellow adidas stripes on the shoulders.
Fans appear to be content with the latest designs with one commenting: "Bye bye bank account."
Another added: "All three are fire. Going to be a tough decision to make next season."
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TeamViewer will pay a staggering £47million-a-year to feature on United's shirts and will replace Chevrolet from the start of next season.
It means they will rake in a whopping £235m in total from the deal.
United's partnership with the tech firm is the biggest shirt-only deal in the Premier League and represents the largest contract to be signed during the pandemic.
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