As Manchester United prepare for this weekend's clash with Aston Villa in the Premier League, the focus in the media has been on the future.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe's official ratification from the Premier League is set to be announced soon and interest is high on what he may plan to do next. Earlier this week, reports surfaced of the INEOS founder's plans for the future of Old Trafford.
While most would like to see the current stadium redeveloped, Ratcliffe feels fans could accommodate the idea of an entirely new ground built in the vicinity. On Thursday, discussions around next season's kit have dominated the discourse.
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MEN Sport has taken a closer look at that and the other big talking points surrounding United at the moment.
Social media was awash with rumours about what the new kit will look like for the Reds. The image circulating across the internet has been relatively well received.
In an inoffensive design, the main talking point was the new front-of-shirt sponsorship. At the beginning of next season, Snapdragon will be sponsoring the home, away and third kits, taking over from the current proprietors TeamViewer.
Financially lucrative as it may be, the design has also earned comparisons to the United Vodafone kits of yesteryear.
MEN Sport says: The biggest concern among fans when a new sponsor comes on board is how it will look plastered on the front of a shirt. While the TeamViewer design was by no means the worst we have seen, it was very noticeable and stood out like a sore thumb.
Should United go for the leaked design, the Snapdragon style suits the shirt better which will be good news for INEOSRead on manchestereveningnews.co.uk