Arsenal have unveiled their new home kit for next season in collaboration with Puma. The launch featured both Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil, who have been linked with moves away due to just one year remaining on both their deals.
Tottenham Hotspur have officially unveiled their new kits, six weeks out from the start of the 2017-18 Premier League season. Spurs have joined forces with American giants Nike, after their five-season-deal with Under Armour came to an end. It’s understood the deal is worth around £30million-per-year to the north London club.
Bayern Munich have launched their home kit for the 2017/18 season with a nod to their great sides of the seventies. The Bundesliga champions have made plenty history of their own after winning their fifth title in a row, and will go for No 6 in a strip that is a nod to the dominant sides of their past.
6 MANCHESTER CITY
Manchester City players pose for the kit launch
Man City have unveiled their new home kit for the 2017/18 season with Kevin De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane modelling at the launch. Pep Guardiola’s side will sport a design based on the title-winning side of 1967/68 with the added detail of maroon-banded socks.
Barcelona’s new home kit for 2017-18 has been confirmed. The traditional blue and red vertical stripes have been altered to change size across the kit whilst maintaining a symmetrical pattern. With fans so used to seeing the iconic design, it may take time to become accustomed to the change of ways.
The Reds look determined to overturn their Premier League jinx
Fans can now pre-order the new Liverpool home kit for next season as the club mark their 125th anniversary. The red shirt features a retro design, complete with a special commutative badge that marks the dates 1892 and 2017 either side of the Liver bird badge.
Blues are back in town
Chelsea’s new Nike kits for the 2017/18 season has been revealed by EA Sports and FIFA 18 . While most sides use their big names to unveil their latest strip, the Premier League champions have turned to story mode star Alex Hunter. The home strip is an all-blue number with a round-neck collar, with the club’s name knitted into the back of the neck.
Manchester United’s 2017/18 home kit has been released. The new strip has been revealed by Adidas, with new signing Victor Lindelof featuring in the launch. United’s kit features an impressive button-up collar design, with the Adidas stripes on the shoulder.
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