MANCHESTER UNITED'S away kit for the 2022/23 season has reportedly been leaked with fans gushing over the white shirt and black shorts combination.
The Red Devils spent last season wearing a second strip which consisted of a shirt with a geometric blue print and blue shorts.
But for the upcoming campaign Man Utd are set to strip things back with a simple kit design.
According to Footy Headlines, their away jersey will be white and accustomed by black shorts and white socks.
The white is a throwback to their away strip in 2015/16 and even their third kit from 2009/10 to 2011/12.
Reacting to the leaked shirt, one Man Utd fan said: "Finally we have an incredible away kit🤍.
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"Simplicity is the key sometimes."
Another added: "Look at that kit. My goodness, that’s the sort of kit that belongs in the Champions League."
And a third said: "If that's real I'm definitely getting it. That's a 10/10 shirt."
Man Utd will be looking to return to the Champions League places next season after missing out on the top four under Ralf Rangnick.
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They ended the Premier League season down in sixth place, 13 points adrift of Tottenham in fourth and a mammoth 35 behind champions Manchester City.
New manager Erik ten Hag took charge of the club earlier this month as a new era began at Old Trafford.
Then on Sunday, it was confirmed that interim boss Rangnick would not be moving upstairs to assume his two-year consultancy role.
Instead, he has left United and will be working full-time as Austria's national team coach.
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