Manchester United will in the upcoming weeks formally unveil the club’s home kit for 2021/22.

In the meantime the kit can be seen on social media, thanks to various leaks doing the rounds.

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Former United star Gary Neville has seen the kit and says he does not approve of the latest version.

Neville labelled the kit ‘basic’ and feels that the new TeamViewer sponsor logo ‘isn’t right’.

Neville says he usually likes United’s kits but does not like this one ‘at all’.

Now it is possible there are late slight tweaks and adjustments to the final version, but the picture above is most probably exactly how the kit will look.

This is United’s first non-Chevrolet shirt sponsor in seven years, with tech firm TeamViewer taking over.

 

The shirt is manufactured by Adidas, who have an ongoing commitment to 2025.

Many United fans will not be buying the shirt, staying strong to the Not A Penny More anti-Glazer campaign.

Love it, like it, dislike it or hate it, this is the kit United’s players are going to be wearing in 2021/22. So one way or another we will be seeing a lot of it.

It is obviously not as garish or ambitious as the zebra-striped third kit worn in 2020/21, and perhaps thats the problem. Neville says this kit looks too plain in his opinion. As a player who wore more than a dozen variants of United home red, Neville knows what he is talking about.

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