- Manchester United players had complained their kit was too tight for them
- The squad were back in player issue kits for the 3-0 win against West Ham
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Manchester United have solved their kit woes at last.
In October, Mail Sport revealed Erik ten Hag’s stars were being forced to wear replica kit as some had complained the player-issued gear was too tight.
United’s players had not worn the official home socks since the second game of the season, while Andre Onana had issues with his jersey.
The keeper found his top too tight and had been wearing a looser, replica version.
Manufacturers adidas sought to make what an insider called ‘light amendments’.
Several Man United players had complained that the official adidas kit is is too tight for them
United players had not worn the official home socks since the second game of the season, where they lost 2-0 to Tottenham. Alejandro Garnacho (left) sports the official socks while Bruno Fernandes (right) wears a replica version during the Manchester derby
Andre Onana worse a player-issue jersey against West Ham, with team-mate in updated socks
They had hoped to resolve the situation by December, but the fix took longer than expected.
For the 3-0 win over West Ham on Sunday, though, United were back in player-issue socks, with Onana in his player-issue jersey.
An adidas spokesperson said: ‘United wore an updated design of the home sock.
'This has the same material and quality they have worn throughout the season, as with all club-issued socks.’
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