The Colombian made the mistake of publishing a picture of himself in a Juve shirt which features the new club badge, which will come into circulation on the Serie A giant’s merchandise in July 2017.
However, the former Chelsea star obviously wasn’t aware that the new logo technically hadn’t been unveiled on an official strip yet.
He quickly deleted the picture minutes later, making us think that he definitely wasn’t meant to share the picture with anyone, let alone his 2.65m followers on social media:
Did Juan Cuadrado just accidentally leak the new Juventus kit? Tweet now deleted… pic.twitter.com/uPlAxVaERw
— Evan Bartlett (@ev_bartlett) April 27, 2017
Juventus unveiled their new logo in January, hoping that a more futuristic and minimalist crest would allow the club to expand their brand globally.
However, the old crest was hugely popular with fans as it featured the club’s name, their famous black and white stripes and a bull, which is the symbol of Turin, where the club is based.
What are your thoughts on the new Juve strip and logo?