The wantaway striker, who has been targeted by Arsenal, was among the players modelling the club's new home strip for the 2013-14 campaignWayne Rooney was among the players used to launch Manchester United's new home kit for the 2013-14 season.
The 27-year-old's future at Old Trafford remains in doubt, while Goal revealed on Tuesday that the forward will consider a move to Arsenal this summer if the north London club can match his €293,000-a-week salary.
The new design includes an all-black tailored collar, made famous by Eric Cantona in the 1990s, which is buttoned down, a feature which United claim is "a modern twist that’s also intrinsically Mancunian".
The home shirt has also ditched last season's gingham-inspired check design, which divided opinion among supporters.
All-new design | Manchester United's home shirt for the 2013-14 season
Nike have used their Dri-FIT technology in their latest kit, while they have also made shirt weight just 150 grams - 23 per cent lighter than previous shirts.
The sportswear giant also claim that the new home kit has been "inspired by elements of the club’s successful history and the city’s industrial heritage".
United | Van Persie, Rooney, Cleverley and Smalling celebrate in their new kit
The new home shirt will retail at £55 for adults, while a kids' shirt will cost £42.