The Red Devils have not yet released their new home kit for the next season but the fans are pretty much excited by the latest reveal the club has made, which is available as a replica and also as an authentic top.
The new shirt has numbers and sleeve badges on it, making it look incredibly attractive. This will surely light up a whole new level of excitement inside the fans, but will it be enough to pay an eye-watering amount of £94.99 for the shirt, with extra cost for name and tenner.
The blue kit is designed with Adidas red stripes and a red club badge, which obviously has their sponsor Chevrolet on it.
If we try to get an inner view of the shirt, there is also a visible detail of ‘Red Devils’, and with a start of new season and new kit knocking at the door, the hopes are high for Manchester United for a better fortune next time after blowing up their UEFA Champions League hopes up for the upcoming campaign.
Even after going through a horrible leg breaking injury followed by a double-footed tackle, Manchester United defender Luke Shaw was still up for the photo-shoot session.
The Citizens will be playing Swansea at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday and Manchester United will be hoping that Swansea, who are in a great run of form will beat Man City and will clear their path to the UEFA Champions League. But on the other hand still the Bournemouth game will remain a must win for Manchester United to keep their Champions League hopes alive.
The Red devils have booked their place in the FA Cup final against Crystal Palace at the Wembley, the winner will qualify directly for the Europa League.
Manchester United are not the only club who has released an expensive new shirt for the upcoming campaign, Chelsea’s also launched their latest outfit which costs a hefty money of £106, claims The Sun.
Many fans have bashed the Blues as ‘greedy’. They have pointed out that Barcelona season ticket for this season costs £32 less than theirs, available at only £74.
After David Beckham received a free copy of the shirt the former United man tweeted a picture of his own personalised shirt with the caption: “Got this surprise in the post. I always love seeing this iconic shirt!”
David Beckham: “Got this surprise in the post. I always love seeing this iconic shirt!” pic.twitter.com/3HbGhZ857k
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) May 11, 2016