Manchester United's third shirt for this season has been leaked, with an Adidas shop in Dubai mistakenly selling the kit ahead of its release.
The shirt is all black with an bright orange badge and three stripes.
Adidas now make United shirts for the first time since 1992 after the company outbid American rivals Nike with a mammoth 10-year, £750million deal earlier this year. Nike, who had made United's kits since 2002, decided not to bid after the Adidas offer dwarfed the previous £23.5m-a-year deal.
Manchester United unveiled their home shirt, in classic red, last weekend.
Among those United fans will be eager to see in the new strip will be summer arrivals Memphis Depay, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Morgan Schneiderlin and Matteo Darmian. Meanwhile, Sergio Romero will wear the new keeper kit.
THE NEW THIRD SHIRT LEAKED
New Official United 3rd kit. Pictures taken at adidas store in Dubai. pic.twitter.com/oU2tQFHWE1Draxlered (@Totalfootie7) August 3, 2015
Shorts to go with it. pic.twitter.com/AOoEIWLRaxDraxlered (@Totalfootie7) August 3, 2015
Manchester United begin their Premier League campaign against Tottenham.
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