MANCHESTER UNITED'S new home shirt has been reportedly leaked.
And fans are furious with the alleged design, as one raged: "What have we done to deserve these kits year after year?"
A version of the apparent 2023-24 home kit circulated on social media.
The red shirt has a strange subtle snakeskin-style pattern across it, a V-neck and black and white trim.
The image online also shows the new adidas logo and TeamViewer sponsorship on the front as well as the iconic United badge.
One fan had already tweeted adidas to beg them for some nice kits next term.
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The sportswear giant replied: "Soon," with a shaking hands emoji.
However, supporters were less than impressed by the potential new strip.
One said: "You need to do some serious adjustments on the kit if the leaked sample we saw was actually it."
Another wrote: "That is the worst kit I’ve ever seen."
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A third added: "Looking like double quilted toilet paper."
A fourth fumed: "I'll cry if this is it."
And a final user commented: "Was this a kids' competition? Under-12s design United a kit! This is the winner."
However, a few fans were relatively happy with it.
One said: "Very clean… infinitely better than this year's shirt."
A second wrote: "This is actually nice."
And a third typed: "That's fire."
However, plenty of fans pointed out that TeamViewer is set to be replaced as the front-of-shirt sponsor.
The software company terminated their £235million contract after less than two years in December following a drop in their share price.
Although a statement confirmed there will be an option for United to "buy back the rights".
Adidas will make the kit once more as part of their ten-year, £750m deal with the Old Trafford club.
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