Tottenham Hotspur's new home kit for the 2020/21 season has been unveiled in line with "leaked" reports online and will be a much more attractive design than this year's effort.
Footy Headlines unveiled the new Nike design, featuring the typical "white base ... paired with a yellow and yellow color.
"The collar, which is the same used on the Barcelona T-shirt, is blue with yellow trimming, especially on the inside, while the zigzag side stripes reflect this style," adds the report.
"The Tottenham Hotspur 2020-21 T-shirt sleeves are half white and half blue, while a subtle print appears on the front and back.
"Finally, there is a subtle yellow glow on the Nike logos and the club on the chest."
Spurs signed a sponsorship agreement for 15 years with the protective kit with the sportswear giant in 2018, which is one of the longest offers with a football club in Nike history.
Tottenham's home kit design is not the only one that has "leaked" recently, with designs for a camouflage kit coming to light earlier this year.
The new design didn't go down well with Spurs fans, who discussed design on social media.
"I hate how random it looks," one wrote. "Even if there is intent, it seems so interesting at random. The pattern. Shoulder short, blue.
"Breaking the collar yellow. Broken strip on the flanks (which we have already seen on the new kits of the American national teams).
"Be better, Nike. It shouldn't be that difficult. "
"Yes, it looks like they have three different shirts," another agreed.
"I honestly think it's the worst kit in years," proclaimed a third fan. "He hates the yellow and the mixture of white and gray makes him look so cheap."
The kit is expected to be officially launched sometime in July.