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Manchester United's third kit has been leaked in a viral TikTok video and fans think it looks like a goalkeeper shirt.
United's home and away kits are both out now and have been worn in the club's pre-season tour of Thailand and Australia under new boss Erik ten Hag.
The third strip is yet to be officially unveiled but streamer @castro10121 has taken to TikTok to post a video of him wearing the new jersey.
In the clip, which has 72,000 likes, he told his fans, ''Don't ask how I got it, but we got it!"
The shirt, made by United's official supplier Adidas and sponsored by TeamViewer, is a fluorescent slimy green colour and also features a tonal pattern on the front and sleeves.
As per Footy Headlines, United have been advertising products related to the shirt on their official website as part of the third kit collection, with the sweatshirt including the very same zig-zag design on the colour and items containing that very same hi vis colour.
But not many are fans of the new shirt, which plenty think looks like something you'd exact a goalkeeper to be wearing and not the outfield stars.
Personally, I find the third Manchester United kit for the 22/23 season insulting. pic.twitter.com/Knza5LdZHL— Heinz Johann (@HeinzJohann29) July 28, 2022
On the TikTok, one fan wrote: "More like the keeper 3rd kit," accompanied by a laugh emoji.
Another said: "Looks more like a goalkeeper shirt."
A third commented: "Does it say Heaton or De Gea on the back?"
And you have to say they have a point. United had very similar looking 'keeper shirts in the 2015/16 and 2021/22 campaigns.
Next up for United is a clash against last season's Champions League round of 16 opponents Atletico Madrid in Oslo, Norway, on Saturday before they host another La Liga outfit in Rayo Vallecano at Old Trafford a day later.
They kick off the new campaign at home to Brighton on 7 August.