Is this Manchester United's new kit? Leaked pictures appear to show Adidas shirt for next season 22:27, 26 Feb 2016 Updated 22:29, 26 Feb 2016 By Aaron Flanagan The white collar appears to have been ditched as United will reportedly be wearing a two-tone plain red shirt for the 2016/17 season Revealed: Has United's new kit been let out of the bag? Pictures have emerged online that appear to show Manchester United's kit for next season. The leaked images show a new Adidas football shirt, complete with United badge and Chevrolet sponsor, which is alleged to be the jersey for the 2016/17 campaign. Featured a two tones of red, the shirt's iconic Adidas stripes have been moved from the sleeves to down the side of the shirt, as per the sportswear giants' most recent templates. It reverts back to a round neck, as oppose to the v-neck that is used on this season's shirt. There is also no collar and no white stripe around the neck. The shorts and socks of the kit are not visible on the leaked images, but they would likely remain white and black respectively on the full home kit. Adidas are coming to the end of their first season as Manchester United's primary kit sponsors. They signed a 10-year deal in late 2014 that would cost them £750million over a 10-year period to manufacture the Red Devils' shirts.