Classy Man United & Liverpool retro concept kits emerge/Predicted Red Devils & Arsenal 2020/21 kits also unveiled

With the COVID-19 pandemic having of course brought football to a halt across the globe, kit designers have kept themselves, and others, entertained with a raft of new concept jerseys.

Below, we take a look at some of the finest designs to have been put forth over recent days.

Man United 2020/21 prediction

First, inventive Pro Evolution Soccer designer Nikita_23k (Instagram linked here) has unveiled a potential look for Manchester United’s home kit for next season.

The design, since re-posted by the reliable Footy Headlines, features a unique twist on the Red Devils’ standard red Adidas jersey, featuring a series of short black and yellow strips:

 

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🔴🖤💛 Manchester United 20-21 Home Kit Prediction by @Nikita_23K⠀ ⠀ #adidasfootball #manchesterunited

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Spanish & English giants go retro

Next come a series of retro kits, designed by Footy Headlines.

The inspiration for the designs comes after Swedish club AIK and Nike came together earlier this month to unveil a gorgeous old-school special edition jersey dubbed the ‘Behrens Kit’.

FH have since revealed their own take on the design, by reinventing the first-ever kits of all of Barcelona, Real Madrid, Liverpool and Manchester United in a similar fashion.

All 4 are showcased below:

Barcelona

Real Madrid

Liverpool

Manchester United

Arsenal update

In other kit-related news, meanwhile, Arsenal’s away getup for next season is expected to bare a striking resemblance to the club’s highly-popular white and maroon kit from the 2007/8 campaign:

A rough prediction, again on the part of Footy Headlines, can be seen below:

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