Most valuable vintage football shirts including Man Utd’s 86 third shirt… but do you own one worth £600? – The Sun

FOOTBALL fans could be sitting on a small fortune if they have a vintage kit tucked away in their wardrobe.

Arsenal's iconic bruised banana kit and Manchester United's blue jersey from 1986 are among the 10 most valuable items.

In collaboration with Classic Football Shirts, Casumo have pulled together a list of the most pricey shirts that you could own.

10) Juventus 1997/98 – £299.99

The Italian giants wore this jersey as they secured the Serie A title after finishing five points ahead of Inter Milan.

Alessandro Del Piero, Filippo Inzaghi, Zinedine Zidane were among the big names that rocked the bright pink kit.

Juve's Centenary away shirt, designed by Kappa, comes complete with a chunky black collar and Sony sponsorship.

9) Dortmund 1996/97 – £299.99

At the same price as Juve's pink jersey, it's Dortmund's super rare shirt from the year they won the Champions League.

The German side ensured they stood out on the pitch in the luminous yellow home jersey.

Designed by Nike, the shirt has a stylish look with striped sleeves and a black collar.

8) Liverpool 1989/91 – £349.99

This retro Adidas kit was the one that Liverpool wore when they last won the league title in the 1989/90 season.

The "Candy" kit was worn by the likes of John Barnes and Ian Rush while the club was managed by Kenny Dalgliesh.

Because of the history it, this kit has become one of the most rare retro shirts on the internet.

7) Chelsea 1986/87 – £349.99

Blues chairman Ken Bates decided to the club should produce own home shirt this season to save them a few quid.

The result was a basic V-neck design with a white strip along the sleeves and a small Chelsea badge on the front.

But due to the cheap cost, it was prone to damage and did not tend to last very long.

6) Inter 1997/98 – £374.99

This incredible jersey was famously worn by Brazil legend Ronaldo as he dominated the Italian league.

The striped kit was only worn in European competition, but Inter are set to mimic the design for next season's third kit.

It features a grey and black horizontal pattern with yellow detailing and the club badge is placed in the middle of the top.

5) Arsenal 1991/93 – £374.99

The bruised banana kit is a must-have for any kit collectors out there even though it was widely slated when it was released.

Gunners legend Lee Dixon still likes the kit so much that he refused to sell it to a desperate fan.

Arsenal released a replica version of the eye-catching yellow shirt earlier this year, but nothing will compare to the original.

4) AC Milan 1999/2000 – £399.99

Fans will have to fork out nearly £400 to get their hands on this stylish red and black striped jersey.

This was the kit worn by the Italian giants as they failed to defender their Serie A title and finished in third place.

Despite the bad memories behind it, it is hugely popular as it was worn by the likes of Andriy Shevchenko and Paolo Maldini.

3) Manchester United 1986/88 – £449.99

This third kit was used during Sir Alex Ferguson's first season in charge at Old Trafford.

The blue strip was worn during the 1-0 win over Liverpool at Anfield in the 1986/87 season when Norman Whiteside scored the winner.

And the retro Adidas design, complete with Sharp sponsorship, makes it a fan favourite in the modern say.

2) Napoli 1990/91 – £499.99

This is the shirt that Diego Maradona wore during his final year with the Italian side.

It is the last Napoli shirt to date to feature the Scudetto shield in honour of their Serie A triumph in the previous season.

Less is more when it comes to this design, which comes with the Original Mars sponsorship and Napoli badge.

1) Barcelona 1991/92 – £599.99

This eye-catching orange shirt is the most expensive out of all of the retro club shirts at around £600.

It was worn when Barcelona's star-studded squad won the iconic 1992 European Cup final against Sampdoria.

During that match, it was worn by Ronald Koeman, Eusebio and even Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola.

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