A classic American brand will grace the jerseys of one of England’s most successful soccer franchises.
Manchester United released its new shirts, with Chevrolet’s logo on the front, for the upcoming Premier League season.
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Other than the new sponsor, the jerseys look similar to the ones Manchester United has worn in the past, with red shirts and plain white shorts. The home shirts also have a white button-up collar along with white cuffs.
Chevrolet is paying big bucks to have its name on these shirts. In 2012, United signed a seven-year deal with the American car giant for close to $80 million annually.
Chevy will replace Aon as the jersey sponsor.
The Red Devils will wear the shirts for the first time on July 23 when they take on the Los Angeles Galaxy in an exhibition game.