The new season is not yet under way yet Manchester United have started on the wrong footing. The fans are anxious due to the slow nature of the club in making new signings. They are also hoping that their players finish the European Championship, currently ongoing, without any injuries.
However, another issue has seemingly emerged that paints the club negatively. There is leaked news of the new kit the club is planning on using next season. The pictures of the home kit have been circulating online since morning.
However, it seems some fans are not delighted by what they have seen. One of those is Manchester United legend and now pundit Gary Neville. Neville took to his Twitter account to express his disappointment on the new leaked home kit.
He said that he has always loved the United kits over the years but this time round he does not. He said the new kit feels basic and lack any form of heritage that ties to Manchester.
What do you think? Is the new kit that bad?
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