Man United unveil third kit that will be worn during Champions League campaign

With a place in the Champions League group stage comfortably assured, Manchester United have unveiled their third kit, that will only be worn during this season’s competition, the Daily Express report.

The Red Devils have already debuted their new home strip, and wore their all white away kit during their narrow victory over Aston Villa, and were obviously waiting until progress through the play-off stage of European’s premier competition was guaranteed before showing off the black and orange third kit.

The strip is the latest offering from their record-breaking £750m ten-year deal with Adidas and has been modelled by several of the first-team (via Express).

And Louis van Gaal will find out against which sides United will be wearing their third kit later today when the group stage draw takes place. United join Premier League rivals Arsenal and Man City in pot two, and could end up in a group with Barcelona, Bayern Munich, or Juventus, who all join Chelsea in pot one.

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