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  1. United's new look!
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United's new look!

It had seemed as though the legendary one-club man had hung up his boots, but Paul Scholes is backing and kicking it for the Devils as though he never left. The stalwart midfielder originally joined Manchester United in 1991 and left the club in 2011 to become a manager. But Scholes couldn't stay away long and already has his shoes laced and is ready to hit the pitch for the Red Devils!

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.

100% polyester. Imported.

Note: Jersey contains polyester made of recycled plastic bottles making it more environmentally friendly.


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