Brand new Man United 2024/25 away kit 'leak' emerges with stunning retro feature

A general view of a Manchester United jersey
A new Manchester United kit 'leak' has emerged -Credit:Ash Donelon/Manchester United via Getty Images

A stunning new potential Manchester United away kit has emerged ahead of the 2024/25 season with a retro feature included.

Leaks have emerged over the last few months with a home, third and alternative away kit all being present with a new sponsor also seen on most. In this campaign, United have donned their trademark red during home games with a unique green and white stripey kit on for away games.

If a colour clash still looks set for a fixture, United have an all-white third strip, that was present in the recent 2-2 draw against Bournemouth, as another option. Despite being known for their red colours, United could return to a contrasting blue away kit, similar to what they wore in the 2021/22 season.

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One leak of a potential version has already emerged which shows a zig-zag 'M' design accompanied with the red trim, a significant change from the green of this season.

The latest design to be 'leaked', courtesy of Opaleak via Footy Headlines, is similar to the above sample with a strong blue used, however the clear difference is the retro feel to the kit. Alongside that, replacing the red tinges on the end and at the collar, is a differing shade of blue with grey lines across the back and shoulders.

Exactly how the away strip will look is not completely clear but the consistent use of blue is rather telling and certainly suggests the primary colour has been decided.

With that being said, it looks as though the unique green kit may be approaching its final public appearance. United end the season away to Brighton where they will likely compete in red, however when they visit Crystal Palace at the start of May, wearing the green strip is likely given the clash with the Eagles' red and blue home kit.