Manchester City has not yet unveiled its home kit before the 2021/22 season, however it was seen by eagle-eyed fans in a store in Australia.
The new kit will be designed by Puma again after City switched from Nike two summers ago.
It seems that the model on the shirt will pay homage to the tenth anniversary of Sergio Aguero’s iconic goal, which stopped in front of Queens Park Rangers.
It was believed that an image for the promotion of the set was released earlier this year, showing Kevin De Bruyne in the new City band.
And these rumors could have even more faith after a fan of the city saw the shirts for sale in Melbourne.
Initially, fans were not satisfied with the shade of blue that the kit seemed to have when Kevin De Bruyne’s images were leaked in the new band.
However, based on the latest image, the kit seems to be the light blue shade that city fans have come to expect in tradition with the club.
Whether the Puma designers changed the design after the reaction or if the previous leaked image only appeared darker due to the lighting remains to be seen once the kits are confirmed.
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Details for the travel sets have also been revealed via Footy Headlines, and they seem much more extravagant.
Especially City’s third kit, which will not have the club’s badge.
Instead, it will have a logo centered with the letters: Man City creaking over his chest.
Opinion is sure to divide fans on this.
With so many leaks and images of the new shirt, an announcement should be imminent on the club’s website and will probably come as City begin pre-season training ahead of the new Premier League season.
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