Manchester United's new kits for the 2021-22 season have been leaked online, with fans eager to see how the new sponsor will look on the front of the jersey.
United's deal with American car giant Chevrolet will end at the end of the season after five years.
The club has now partnered with relatively unknown company TeamViewer for the upcoming season.
The deal, which lasts for five years, will see the company logo blasted on the front of the home, third and away shirts for next season.
Fans have been eager to see how the new sponsor will work compared to the current Chevrolet logo, which has been on the shirt since Louis Van Gaal was in charge.
Various photoshop images have circulated on social media since the deal was announced, with fans playing around with photo editing tools to design their own version of the shirt.
Numerous 'leaks' have shown the shirt on different graphics, claimed to be the images the club will use to announce the new kits.
However, photos have now emerged of the actual shirts.
Images shared by NI Classic Shirt Company and FootyHeadlines.com – a website known for leaking football shirts and boots – showed the new home, away and third kits hung up on a rack.
The home shirt bares a striking resemblence to the club's 2015-16 kit, with a white trim on the neck and very little else to report on besides the sponsor.
The away shirt, however, is sure to be an instant hit with United fans.
Inspired by the away shirt from the early 90s, the kit is blue and white, with red detailing.
The TeamViewer logo, as well as the badge, Adidas logo and stripes, are all red.
The third shirt bares a resemblance to previous training tops from the past and is dark blue, with yellow detailing.
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