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Arsenal’s new retro style is visible, but fans are noticing that it looks like a Manchester United shirt

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Arsenal's new retro style is visible, but fans are noticing that it looks like a Manchester United shirt


Arsenal Next season’s home uniform was leaked with a new shirt that matched the club’s retro style, but fans noticed it looked similar to Manchester United‘s.

Adidas draws inspiration from kits that are such club legends as Ian Wright and Tony Adams, dressed in the 90s. Nike has made the white collar with the red chevron pattern iconic for a decade – many note the similarities with the 1994/95 top.

Wright and Adams famously advertised this shirt in unusual circumstances, posing together in one huge set. And many have noticed that the new top wears the same chevron pattern that Arsenal fans first fell in love with.

But some have noticed that Adidas seems to have copied its own style in front of United’s new home t-shirt next season. The clothing manufacturer is also developing kits at Old Trafford after agreeing in 2015 on a staggering £ 750 million deal.

One similar item that has been picked up is the collar that the Red Devils will also have before the next campaign. Photos have leaked to the Internet, in which “United” is also preparing to release a set in a retro style, similar to “Arsenal”.

The fan wrote on Twitter: “Manch United, who traced the collar 22/23, looks similar.” Another posted: “In the same style as United. adidasfootball can never be original … ”

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And the third posted a photo of the alleged next form of “United”, signing a tweet: “Next season, Adidas will probably strive for retro.”

Arsenal are often referred to as their retro shirts, and a number of special releases have appeared this season. Most recently, Adidas released a new pre-match kit that celebrated the London Underground.

In the ode “Trumpet” players “Gunners” warm up in tops that have a similar pattern on the seats in subway trains. On the Adidas website they are currently priced at £ 55.

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