There has been a leaked picture of what could be Celtic’s new home kit next season.
Hoops last year agreed a record five-year deal with Adidas worth more than £ 25 million.
And the stock has sold since the sportswear giants replaced New Balance in the summer of 2020.
Celtic have launched three new bands for what they hoped would be a historic 10-win campaign.
However, Steven Gerrard’s Rangers rushed to 55 stages.
Now, as the end of the 20/21 season approaches, clubs across the country will soon be launching the next batch of shirts for the next campaign, as the Parkhead club is entering a new era in and out of the park.
And in an image shared online by Footy Headlines, a traditional green and white home t-shirt could soon be made available to fans.
If the shirt is the new kit, the Adidas badge will be black, with the mark of three stripes along the sleeves in emerald green.
This will replace the yellow shades on this season’s home shirt, around the edges of the sleeves and collar.
Instead, the collar looks like it will be plain white next season, with no yellow except for sponsor Dafabet and star above the badge.
Some fans reacted on Twitter, the leaked shirt receiving initial mixed reviews.
One said, “He just took out the gold, didn’t he?”
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Another said, “I like it and the reason I like it is because I’ve liked this shirt for years. And it’s about the same.”
A third said, “Just like our painting … unimaginable.”
And a fourth added: “It doesn’t change much, but I will still buy it.”
Last week I told you about a potential drain kit for the next season of hoops.
Celtic have not yet appointed a new manager since Neil Lennon left last month, and interim boss John Kennedy has been responsible for the remainder of the term.
Scottish rugby boss Dominic McKay will replace Peter Lawwell as CEO, while Hoops is also set to appoint a new football director in a major riot in the Parkhead football department.
There could also be a mass exodus of players, with key stars such as Odsonne Edouard, Ryan Christie and Kristoffer Ajer entering the final year of their contracts.
Captain Scott Brown has also decided to join Aberdeen in a sensational move to be part of Stephen Glass’s new coaching team.
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