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Manchester United's New Home Kit Has Been Leaked And Gary Neville Is Not A Fan

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Manchester United's New Home Kit Has Been Leaked And Gary Neville Is Not A Fan

Leaked images of Manchester United's new home shirt have leaked online and Gary Neville has hit the nail on the head with his assessment.

In March, it was confirmed that 'TeamViewer' would be replacing American car manufacturers Chevrolet after a seven-year stint as United's main sponsors.

It also emerged that the German software company would change their logo from blue to white when emblazoned on the new strips, with Kohler the sleeve shirt sponsor.

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However, the brand new Adidas home kit is not being well-received us far. United legend Neville reacted strongly to the red and white three-stripes design doing the rounds on social media.

Taking to Twitter, he wrote: "I tend to love every United home kit but I don't like this one at all! ( if it is the home kit ) Am I being harsh? Sponsor isn't right, arms aren't right and just feels basic without tapping into heritage. Agree or not [emoji]"

Neville's tweet was met by a slew of responses, many of which shared the same view:

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The away and third kits, with their different shades of blue, have a throwback feel to them and appear to be much more popular.

The kits are not official, but have been posted by the reliable Footy Headlines, who tend to be bang on the money.

The contract between 'TeamViewer' and United is said to be worth a whopping £235 million over five years.

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After announcing the deal, United's managing director Richard Arnold said in a statement: "We are tremendously proud to be establishing this partnership with one of the most exciting and dynamic global software companies.

"The ability to connect and collaborate has never been more important to the world and our community of 1.1 billion fans and followers.

"We are looking forward to working with TeamViewer to bring to life our vision for a partnership built on smarter ways of connecting people and businesses."

Topics: Football, Manchester United, Gary Neville

Josh Lawless
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