Manchester United have revealed their kit for next season, as they attempt to win the Premier League for the first time since 2013.
United came the closest they've been to the title in eight years last season, when they finished second behind Manchester City by 12 points.
However it's not where Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his team want to be as the 13 time champions want to get back to the top of the table.
If they are to do it next season then they'll be doing so in a pretty nice kit, with the club releasing next season's home shirt on Thursday morning.
The team have a new sponsor in remote access company Team Viewer and the new logo isn't as invasive as the Chevrolet logo on the old shirts.
Fans complained that the car manufacturers logo was fully coloured in on the shirts and so didn't go with some of the kits.
Teamviewer's logo is white, rather than the company's usual blue, and the box at the beginning of the logo isn't filled in, meaning it fits with the kit better.
United fans will be hoping that the next announcement from the club isn't about kits but instead about a new signing.
Jadon Sancho is believed to have undergone a medical earlier this week and agreed personal terms, whilst the transfer fee with Borussia Dortmund was agreed during the Euros.
No announcement has been made yet but it is merely a matter of time, finally after a year long transfer saga.
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