Manchester United kit: Has the 2014/15 Premier League strip been leaked?
New images appear on internet
Manchester United's new Premier League kit for the 2014/15 season appears to have been leaked online.
The new strip will see Chevrolet take over as the main sponsor of the Red Devils, replacing Aon.
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A teaser video (below), featuring Bobby Charlton and Wayne Rooney, was released earlier this week but cuts short of revealing what Robin van Persie and co will be wearing next season.
But for those desperate for a look at the new strip before Manchester United officially unveil it on Monday, it would seem the wait is already over.
A leaked image purporting to be the new Manchester United shirt The fine details
The shirt doing the rounds online features and black and white striped collar and sleeves and a small button at the collar. The Nike shirt also features the devil from the club's crest on the back.
Among those who will be wearing the new strip are recent signings Luke Shaw and Ander Herrera.
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