Leaked: Manchester United’s 2024/25 Away Kit Unveiled

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It appears that Manchester United’s away kit for the 2024/25 season has been leaked, revealing a blue design for their away games next season. Maybe Manchester United are already thinking about next season. They haven’t done well this season, except for reaching the FA Cup final, so there’s not much left to compete for.

Erik ten Hag might be worried about losing his job, but they have to keep going. They’re likely already planning for the 2024/25 season. At this point in the season, we usually start seeing leaks of the team’s jerseys for the next season. We’re getting ready for Adidas to reveal the three kits that Manchester United will wear next year.

Now, Jerseyreview has gotten hold of what seems to be the away kit for 2024/25. It comes with a new main shirt sponsor called Snapdragon.

Another leak from Footy Headlines hints that the new away kit has a navy blue color with light silver logos and red details. It also has a noticeable zig-zag pattern on the front, formed by the letter ‘M’.

The club is expected to launch the new shirt in July. They are likely to wear the away kit for the first time during their summer tour in the United States.

Manchester United’s Shirt Sponsorship Deal with Qualcomm Snapdragon

Another important change to the United shirt for next season is that it will have the ‘Snapdragon’ logo on the front. This happened because a deal was made with Qualcomm Snapdragon to replace TeamViewer.

The US technology company has reportedly agreed to a deal worth around £60 million per year to become United’s main shirt sponsors starting next season.

Major brands worldwide use Qualcomm Snapdragon processors in their top-quality products. Which including smartphones, PCs, virtual reality glasses, gaming devices, wearable technology, and cars with internet connectivity. The tech company also sponsored United’s pre-season trip to the United States last summer. They even played in San Diego’s Snapdragon Stadium against Wrexham.

As featured on ManUNews.com     

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