Manchester United's three new kits for the 2021/2022 season has reportedly been leaked and features the club's new £235m (R4.7bn) shirt sponsor.
United announced in March that a five-year agreement was reached with global technology company TeamViewer had been struck to become the club's new principal shirt sponsor.
The deal is said to be worth a staggering £47m (R938m) which represents the largest shirt sponsorship deal in Premier League history as they replace Chevrolet - whose deal expires at the end of the current season.
Leaked images surface
Amidst the excitement of a lucrative new sponsor investing into the English giants, the kits have already surfaced on social media as they traditionally have done in the past.
However, there's been no verification at this point whether the kits are in fact, the home, away and third-kit of the Red Devils next season.
FootyHeadlines via the Nic Classic Shirt account shared a series of images featuring their new front sponsorship, with the away strip in particular drawing indifferent reviews.
Leaked not the same as the real deal?
In recent seasons, the leaked images of kits from club's all around the world have sparked outrage due to the poor standard of the supplied pictures which fails to showcase the original colours and details that make the strip unique.
Last season Kaizer Chiefs home and away colours sparked a massive outcry on social media but upon their official launch was rather well-received from the Amakhosi faifthful.
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