Images have been leaked supposedly revealing the colour of Manchester United's upcoming away kit for the 2020/21 season, with 'legacy green' set to feature for the next campaign.
Once again the club are set to break away from the traditional colours of a United away jersey, with this season's strip featuring a 'savannah-toned' look and intricate patterned design that drew inspiration from the mosaics around northern Manchester.
Next season they will continue that trend with an interesting green look, the same colour as the Predator boots from the Adidas Encryption pack. It is not a traditional green, but darker and paler, closely resembling grey.
The leaked images come courtesy of the ever-reliable Footy Headlines, who also state that the official release for the jersey is expected to be sometime in May.
Still with their adidas sponsor, the famed lines of the German sports brand will feature on the United kit, almost certainly on the shoulders, and will be in black as they are on the current away strip.
Based on leaked images, Footy Headlines add that the logos on the shirt of next season's kit will be orange, which mark an interesting change from this year's attire. However, there is also the possibility this is not true, in which case they could be white. Meanwhile, the shorts and socks will be dark green, almost grey.
Following on from their 'savannah' kit, if these leaked images are anything to go by, then the club look like they're adopting an almost army 'camouflage' type look for the coming season.
There has been no hiding from their current form though, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his side coming under severe criticism this season for some drab performances, views only heightened by a miserable 2-0 home defeat to Burnley in midweek. It was a result that leaves the Red Devils in fifth place, just four points off Newcastle in 14th.