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Man Utd kit: All the new Red Devils jerseys for the 2017-18 season

22:21 IST 23/05/2017
Man Utd away kit 2017-18
Red Devils manufacturers Adidas will release another trio of kits for the campaign ahead - and may hope Antoine Griezmann will be wearing them

With rumours linking them with the likes of Antoine Griezmann, we can expect another busy summer ahead at Manchester United.

The Red Devils have had their transfer-market exploits partially funded by a massive £750 million, 10-year deal with kit manufacturers Adidas and will release another trio of shirts for the 2017-18 season in the coming weeks.

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They began to build up excitement for the new designs by releasing the away shirt before the 2016-17 campaign had even ended, with United set to wear black on their travels during the year ahead.

The home and third jerseys are likely to follow soon and Goal will be providing all the information you need to know as well as images of the new kits as they are released.


United's home kit is yet to be released and no date has been confirmed as to when it will be made public, though various leaks are, as usual, already circulating around the internet.

Paul Pogba and his team-mates have worn their current home kit for the last time, though, as they will wear blue for the Europa League final against Ajax in what is their final match of the 2016-17 season.


United's new black-and-white away kit was released on May 10 by Adidas. It is a re-creation of the design the Red Devils sported between 1990 and 1992, which was blue and white in colour but featured the same distinctive pattern.

United won the Rumbelows (now EFL) Cup wearing the blue version of the jersey in 1991-92, the final season before the birth of the Premier League.

The shorts that go with the kit are a solid black with white trim, as are the socks - which feature the customary devil printed in the front. They can be viewed in United's club store.

The shirt retails at £90 for the authentic version - the same garment worn by the players - and £65 for the replica. The long-sleeved replica version costs £80, while shorts are priced at £33 and socks at £15.

The boys' youth version of the kit is slightly cheaper, with the shirt going for £55 and the shorts for £28. It will be worn for the first time on United's pre-season tour this summer.


Like the home kit, the third kit has yet to be revealed officially but it is expected that United will once again have three options at their disposal next season.

For the 2016-17 campaign, they released a white third kit to go with their usual red home shirts and a blue away jersey as both would have clashed with a team like Crystal Palace, who wear red-and-blue stripes.

Their new black away kit would leave them with a similar problem against Bournemouth, to give one example, and so an alternative can be expected.