Manchester United have released their new home kit for the 2021/22 season.

It is the first one to feature the club’s new main sponsor TeamViewer, who have replaced Chevrolet.

The design itself is fairly simple, with white cuffs at the end of the long sleeve version of the shirt.

United’s official website says the words ‘youth, courage and success’ are found in the inner collar.

It also claims the kit is: ‘a celebration of everything that Manchester United stands for, and its deep-rooted connection to community, both locally and globally.

‘It’s a certain style and passion that can’t be replicated. It’s the Mancunian way, the Manchester United way.’

 

Alongside the social media posts of the kit on Instagram and Twitter, showing Luke Shaw, Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford in the kit, a gallery was also posted on the club’s website.

Bruno Fernandes and Harry Maguire are among the players who feature there.

One player we’re still waiting to see in the new shirt is Jadon Sancho.

It had been thought that the England international could have been the central figure in the announcement, with his arrival and the kit confirmed at the same time.

That doesn’t appear to be the case. The promotional shots could have been taken months ago and with Sancho having been away on England duty until Sunday, there hasn’t been much chance to snap him in United colours since.

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