Manchester United to release bizarre leopard-print kit for team to wear in FIFA 19

Manchester United to release bizarre leopard-print kit for team to wear in FIFA 19 (but fans can actually buy it!)

  • Manchester United’s leopard-print fourth kit will cost supporters £60
  • Juventus, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid will also have special FIFA 19 kits
  • In the game itself, the shirts can reportedly only be used on Ultimate Team mode

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Football Headlines reveals, adidas has teamed up with EA Sports for the sportswear giants four biggest teams. The shirt will cost supporters £60.

Manchester United are reportedly going to unveil a leopard-print fourth kit for FIFA 19

Manchester United are reportedly going to unveil a leopard-print fourth kit for FIFA 19

United, as well as Real Madrid (above), Bayern Munich and Juventus will have the new kits

United, as well as Real Madrid (above), Bayern Munich and Juventus will have the new kits

The Juve strip is a metallic pink and white - it will be available on FIFA 19's Ultimate Team mode

The Juve strip is a metallic pink and white – it will be available on FIFA 19’s Ultimate Team mode

The Bayern Munich strip is a blend of a vibrant orange aalongside a dark red

The Bayern Munich strip is a blend of a vibrant orange aalongside a dark red

United’s is certainly the brashest design, with Bayern’s shirt orange and red, Madrid’s a mix of dark and light blue and Juve’s a metallic white and pink. In the game itself, the shirts can only be worn by teams in the Ultimate Team mode. 

The Ultimate Team mode sees players build teams with existing players from any league around the world.

Higher calibre players – and kits for the team itself – can all be unlocked or bought using in-game currency.

 

 



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