The Red Devils have their traditional red home shirt and are going with blue for their change kit. Manchester United don't usually dabble in bright or bold kits either so we weren't going to get neon from them. All in all, white is a pretty predictable choice. They wear white often and having a plain shirt with just black trim fits their aesthetic. The only question is whether Paul Pogba will put the kit on this season.
Look, it's more white! Chelsea, unlike Manchester United, do sometimes step into highlighter territory with their kits, but they won't do it this season. They have their blue home kit, a black secondary kit and now, an all-white third strip. It's not exactly thrilling and it lacks the gorgeous red and blue trim from last year's white secondary kit, but it's fine. Nobody will complain about it and since the Blues aren't in any European cups this season, they won't have many chances to wear it anyway.
You always know what you're going to get from AC Milan -- a red and black striped home shirt, a white secondary strip and black for the the third kit (except when they bizarrely have a gold shirt). This year is no different. They added a little flair to it with the white sleeves, but there's not a ton going on. Whether you like the gradient fade to black is a matter of personal opinion. It has the adidas three stripes on the side, as United and Chelsea's do and that has split opinions over the last two years too, but if those are the things we're picking at, there's probably not a ton going on here.