Photographs which are rumoured to be of Tottenham Hotspur’s new home kit for next season have been ‘leaked’ by Footy Headlines.
The design is more in keeping with Tottenham’s traditional identity of a plain white shirt with navy blue.
It is much more of a basic design than what the players are currently wearing for this season, where the sleeves of the home shirt are half white and half blue, while a subtle pattern print appears on both the front and back.
The navy and yellow collar is also a thing of the past and has been replaced by a deeper stitched v-neck.
The inside of the collar will contain the club’s first-ever badge with a floral panel featured on the sides of the shirt.
In October 2018, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy signed a £30million a year agreement with Nike for the US sportswear giant to be the club’s official kit supplier for the next 15 years (The Sun).
AIA are once again the kit sponsors, with Spurs fans having to put up with the red logo on the front of their shirts until at least 2027.
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