MANCHESTER UNITED new boy Aaron Wan-Bissaka revealed the clubs new blue away jersey – but fans replied with Glazers Out slogans and photoshopped green and gold kits.
The right-back became Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s second capture of the summer on a five-year deal with the club having an option to extend for a further year.
United used the signing to reveal their new away strip, as Wan-Bissaka modelled the jersey in a video with the caption: “New signing, new kit.”
However, Reds fans replied to the “cringe” video by protesting against United’s owners, The Glazers.
Photoshopped pictures of Wan-Bissaka in the club’s original green and yellow Newton Heath kit were used to vent supporters growing frustrations with their American owners.
One said: “A green and gold kit would look better.#GlazersOut.”
Another said: “I beg united fans who want a kit buy a fake one online instead of an official #GlazersOut.”
One commented: “Welcome Wan-Bissaka. Although United fans don’t be blinded and still support the #GlazersOut movement regardless of who or how much we sign.”
Another commented: “Wan Bissaka in. But#GlazersOut.”
United fans have used the green and gold flags to boycott their owners in a plea to get them out of the club.
The Glazer family took over in 2005 borrowing against the club’s assets and plunging it into debt.
It is estimated they have cost United around £1billion facilitating the debt with interest and fees, plus there have been dividends for family members.
There is a planned protest at outside Old Trafford at 2pm today.
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Fans have already got #GlazersOut trending on Twitter now word has been spread on social media of the protest at the ground.
SunSport reported this week how the club had axed two planned phone-in shows on MUTV to avoid anti-Glazer calls.
Monday night’s Paddy Crerand Show, in which the 1968 European Cup-winning legend takes calls from fans, was canned as has his scheduled programme next week.