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Manchester United's Final 2020/21 Home Kit Design Isn't Quite The 'Bus Seat' Pattern First Thought

Manchester United's Final 2020/21 Home Kit Design Isn't Quite The 'Bus Seat' Pattern First Thought

Manchester United fans concerned about the state of next season's home kit will be feeling slightly better after seeing more recent images.

Last month,Barcelona appeared to accidentally leak United's home strip with a PES 2020 YouTube video - with some images also emerging from Footy Headlines.

The design was immediately met with disgust from United fans, who felt it resembled the pattern of a seat you'd find on a bus.

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However, it appears as though Adidas have switched things up for the final design and it looks much cleaner than the first template that was doing the rounds.

Footy Headlines have published images of the final version, which sees the black and yellow graphic aligned horizontally and watered down massively so that it doesn't look like something you'd sit on while you head into town for a bite to eat.

Image: Footy Headlines
Image: Footy Headlines

It's a much smoother transition into the red United have always be associated and will no doubt look much better on the likes of Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes.

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United will wear white shorts and socks to go with the white three stripes on the shirt's shoulders - though they may also sport black socks from time to time too.

The rumoured away kit is poised to be in a 'legacy green' colour with a pattern and off-white logos on the front.

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Meanwhile, the talk is that the club's third kit will contained a zebra-like 'dazzle camo' design. Footy Headlines have described the white and black pattern as "bold" and "unique" but it might be a little too bold if it looks anything like the wild bucket hat said to be in the collection accompanying the kit.

United and Adidas are definitely not keeping it simple in regards to next season's kits...

Topics: Football News, Football, Manchester United

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