Pogba shows off Man Utd's 2017-18 away kit inspired by 1992 team

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The midfielder modeled the club's new jersey based on one that "defined football shirt design for an era" when they won the European Cup Winners' Cup

Manchester United have revealed their away kit for the 2017-18 campaign.

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Declaring it "inspired by 92", the new Red Devils jersey is based on the one the team wore on their journey to the European Cup Winners' Cup, UEFA Super Cup and League Cup.

Darker than the original, the new jersey has a similar pattern on it to the 25-year-old one that Sir Alex Ferguson's successful team wore and is vastly different from their current solid blue away shirt.

"Manchester United fans of all ages will recognise the bold graphic pattern from the 1990-92 away jersey that defined football shirt design for an era," the club said via their website. "Connecting the past to the future, the new kit pays homage to the historic design, celebrating the rich history of the club.

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Ander Herrera Manchester United New Kit

"The kit features all the technological innovations of adidas’ jersey technology used by the world’s leading clubs, including breathable fabrics and mesh engineering."

Paul Pogba, Ander Herrera, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and David De Gea showed off the new version which Jose Mourinho's side will sport as they look to challenge for the Premier League title next season. 

The jersey is made by Adidas and is already available to order, but costs £89.95 (€119.95) for the authentic version, though a replica is available for £54.95 (€69.95).

 

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