New Manchester United 2024/25 home kit ‘leaked’ with one major change

There have been new ‘leaked’ pictures of Manchester United’s possible 2024–25 home uniform released.

The new pictures purport to depict the designs for the shirt for the upcoming season, but it’s important to emphasize that this is only a guess based on information that has leaked about Adidas’s future plans. Adidas, the manufacturer, will be careful in their design of the home kit for the upcoming season.

There would definitely be a backlash from the supporters if the team decided to abandon the iconic red color. The club’s kits have been released online over the past few weeks; the most recent leaks differ slightly from previous leaks.

With that said, MEN Sport has taken a close look at the latest ‘leaked’ United kit.

Home kit

The front-of-shirt sponsor will be the primary alteration to the home outfit. Although United signed a five-year contract in 2021, the company opted to cut ways with TeamViewer last year.

Both sides decided to call it quits on their agreement early. The club’s £47 million-per-year contract with TeamViewer is significantly reduced by the new agreement with Snapdragon.

Since 2022, Qualcomm Technologies, of which Snapdragon is a part, has been a global partner of United.

Confirming the deal, United said in a statement at the time: “Manchester United PLC has agreed to an expanded strategic collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies Inc. that will see the Snapdragon brand displayed on the club’s famous shirts.”

In terms of the design on the kit, it is no surprise that it will incorporate the traditional red as its main colour. The shirt is matched with white shorts and red and white socks.

It differs slightly from a previous ‘leaked’ version of the kit in that it fades down to black, and also doesn’t have white highlights on each side of the front.

In response to the images on X, a number of supporters shared their thoughts. One said: “This can’t be our next season’s jersey,” before a second added: “It’s nice but it’s not the same as the dreams we got sold.”

A third continued: “This is one for the streets. Iconic,” while another disagreed: “This is bad.”

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