With the season coming to an end, fans are now eagerly waiting for the 2020/21 campaign. Sheffield United supporters will be very excited for it to start following their return to the Premier League last season which saw them finish in the top ten.
One of the players who has helped them achieve this position in the division is Oliver McBurnie, who signed last summer from Swansea City for £17.19 million, per Transfermarkt. The Scottish international scored six goals for the Blades, which made him the joint-top goal scorer at the club, per WhoScored.
It looks like he won’t be going anywhere in the summer and his latest Instagram post proves that whilst also giving Blades supporters something else to smile about as they wait for football to return.
The forward posted a picture of himself in the new Sheffield United home kit for the 2020/21 season, supported with the caption: ‘Doing up model🤣 what we thinking about the new kit???’
The new home shirt, made by Adidas, looks very nice, with the standard red and white stripes, but instead of it the stripes starting at the shoulders, the new update sees the shoulders completely white, with the stripes starting from the chest down.
The simple change seems to have gone down well, with many commenting on McBurnie’s post to suggest that they enjoy the new design, whilst those who have not seen it yet should like what they see. Hopefully McBurnie will get even better next season and if he can improve on his goal tally and possibly reach ten goals, then it will be a very successful campaign for the 24 year-old.
Blades fans, what are your thoughts on the new kit? Let us know down below!
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