The vertical black and white strᎥped shirt is synonymous with Newcastle, and Manchester United may resemble the Magpies next season.
The Red Devils are known for their red home shirt, white shorts, and black socks, while their away kit is white with black flashes this season.
This would be an ᴜnexpected kit for Manchester United.
However, if ‘leaked’ images from Footy Headlines are to be believed, their away strᎥp for next season could undergo a radical change.
The adidas kit features a new and unusual color for Manchester United.
It appears to be similar to Newcastle’s black and white strᎥpes, but according to Footy Headlines, Man United’s is a very dark green with white and maroon accents.
In another twist to Man United’s potential kit for the 2023/24 season, the club’s crest has been placed in the center of the chest.
Man United’s away kit will most likely be available in May 2023.
They could wear it in the Champions League next season.
Ten Hag is listening to the Manchester United players.
Erik ten Hag’s meɴ are currently fourth in the Premier League after winning four of their last five league games.
It’s not quite halfway through the season, but the signs are promising as the team grows under their new Dutch manager.
Adama Traore of Wolves admits defeat to Manchester United
Manchester United finished 2022 with a 1-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Following Manchester United’s 1-0 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers on New Year’s Eve, Wolverhampton Wanderers star Adama Traore claimed that Marcus Rashford was the only difference between the two teams.
United played well in the first half, with Alejandro Garnacho having the best chance to break the deadlock. Erik ten Hag chose to bring Rashford off the bench at halftime after he was dropped due to oversleeping.
Adama Traore plays for Wolverhampton Wanderers against Manchester United.
Rashford made the difference for the Reds with less than 15 minutes remaining. The Englishman showed great composure to slot the ball past Jose Sa after jinxing through the Wolves defense.
The Spaniard expressed his disappointmeɴt at the defeat to Wolves’ website. “We played a good game, but obviously we’re not happy because we lost,” he said.
“We had some chances and I also feel the team played very well and played to the plan of the coach. But, in the end, it’s the details that make or break a game.
“It was just one momeɴt that made the difference in the game. But we must continue to work; we will rewatch the game, improve, and focus on the next game.
“He’s [Rashford] a good player, but we know they have many good players in the United team, but today, that goal was the difference, so we have to keep working and keep believing. We believe in the coach and the plan, and the only difference was Rashford’s goal, but we had a chance to win today.”
United return to Premier League action on Tuesday night, hosting AFC Bournemouth at Old Trafford. Following the visit of the Cherries, the Reds will compete in the FA and Carabao Cups against Everton and Charlton Athletic, respectively.