Manchester United will officially unveil the club’s 2021/22 home kit in the coming weeks.

In the meantime, the jersey can be seen on social media thanks to various leaks.

(Photo by Michael Regan / Getty Images)

Former United star Gary Neville saw the shirt and says he doesn’t endorse the latest version.

Neville described the jersey as “easy” and believes the new TeamViewer sponsor logo is “incorrect”.

I love every United home shirt, but I don’t like this one at all! (if it’s the home shirt) Am I tough? The sponsor is wrong, the guns are wrong, and it feels easy without tapping into the legacy. Agree or not 🤷🏻‍♂️

– Gary Neville (@ GNev2) June 18, 2021

Neville says that he usually likes United’s kits but doesn’t like them “at all”.

Now it is possible that there may be slight late tweaks and adjustments to the final version, but the picture above most likely shows exactly what the kit will look like.

This is United’s first non-Chevrolet kit sponsor in seven years, with tech company TeamViewer taking the lead.

The jersey is made by Adidas who continuously commit through 2025.

Many United fans will not buy the kit and remain strong in the anti-Glaser campaign Not A Penny More.

I love it, like it, don’t like it or hate it, this is the shirt United players will wear in 2021/22. So, one way or another, we’re going to see a lot of it.

It’s obviously not as garish or ambitious as the zebra stripe third shirt worn in 2020/21, and maybe that’s the problem. Neville says this kit looks too plain in his opinion. As a player who wore more than a dozen variations of United Home Red, Neville knows what he’s talking about.

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