Manchester United unveiled their new home shirt for the 2019/20 season this week.
And it now appears their away shirt might have been leaked, with a very bold design appearing in India and being shared on social media.
A snakeskin design is eye-catching to say the least, with a beige colour representing a complete change from the pink away shirt worn this season.
Whilst it has not yet been confirmed if the kit will officially be United’s away shirt for next season, the design has not gone down well with fans.
After the image was shared by Dev Bhatia, who discovered the shirt, supporters took to social media to voice their displeasure.
One fan slammed the kit as looking “like it has a severe disease” with others joking it “matches our performances” after a below-par campaign.
Another stated that it is “much more appropriate for the current state of the club, ambition (on the pitch) of the board and position in the league.”
One fan admitted they were “not sure what’s worse. The shirt or our performances this season” whilst another joked they “made it out of cardboard, like our defense.”
It comes just days after United received praise for their new home kit, which pays homage to their historic treble in 1999.
The shirt features an all-new commemorative crest design of bold black with gold stitching, with the minutes of their famous Champions League final goals shown on each sleeve and the dates of their three title wins displayed along the bottom of the shirt.
But the leaked away kit has not gone down as well, with fans already dreading seeing it potentially make a first appearance when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side get their season off to an early start in the Europa League.