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United's new look!

Ji-Sung Park is the most decorated soccer player in Asian history. He also captains the South Korean national team and plays in the central midfield for Manchester United! The veteran center-mid is renowned for his fitness, pace, discipline and playmaking abilities. Park remains a key component of what makes Ferguson's squad work and will be sure to play a large role in the team's future!

The official Manchester United home jersey from Nike!

Diablo red jersey has a comfortable crew neckline with center front insert and is made with Dri-FIT technology to keep you cool when your team is heating up!

A woven Manchester United team badge is set on the left chest and a Nike Swoosh logo is embroidered on the right chest.

The official kit sponsor is printed across the front of the jersey. The design is inspired by the club's history, but the process used to make it is new and innovative.

100% polyester. Imported.

Note: Polyester is made of recycled plastic bottles.


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