Manchester United are one of few Premier League sides who have yet to release their new home kit.
But supporters believe they have already seen the new shirt after an image leak is doing the rounds online.
And it appears kit suppliers adidas have made subtle changes ahead of the new season.
The sporting giants are into the third of their £750million decade-long deal with the club.
The trademark three stripes will run down the shoulders instead of underneath the arm as they were last campaign.
But the biggest difference appears to be in the collar.
The new shirt features a round collar with two buttons at the top of the shirt.
The last notable feature is the sleeves which have a black and white stripe running across the bottom of them.
Chevrolet remains the sponsor of the kit and the players will wear white shorts with black socks.
The new kit will be worn for the first time when Jose Mourinho’s side embark on their pre-season tour of the United States on July 15.