Leeds United fans are not happy about the new home kit for the 2024-25 season. The kit, made by adidas, is mostly white with a blue trim and features the Red Bull logo in the middle. The logo’s red color has upset many fans, as red is associated with Lancashire and rivals Manchester United. On social media, fans have expressed their disappointment and some have even vowed to boycott buying the kit.

One fan mentioned that there is too much red on the kit and they will not be purchasing it. Another fan criticized those who dismissed the issue, stating that allowing brands to change the club’s identity dilutes its values. Some fans even questioned the quality of the kit, wondering if the logo would peel off after a few washes.

In addition to the home kit, the new goalkeeper shirt has also faced criticism. The shirt, with its two shades of green and unique design, has been compared to a packet of cheese and onion Squares crisps by some fans. Despite the negative feedback, the club has not commented on the situation.

The controversy surrounding the new kits has sparked a debate among fans about the importance of preserving the club’s identity and values. While sponsorship deals with companies like Red Bull may bring in financial benefits, fans are concerned about losing the essence of what makes Leeds United unique.

In other football news, transfer rumors are swirling as the summer transfer window approaches. Kevin De Bruyne is reportedly considering a move to Saudi Pro League side Al Ittihad, while Wolves have accepted a bid from West Ham for defender Max Kilman. Napoli may be willing to lower their asking price for Chelsea target Victor Osimhen. Stay updated on all the latest transfer news with The Sun’s live transfer blog.