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Tottenham’s Bold New Nike Home Kit Leaked Online and Likely to Divide Supporters

Tottenham’s Bold New Nike Home Kit Leaked Online and Likely to Divide Supporters

Tottenham‘s new home kit has been leaked online this evening, with the bold new design likely to divide the club’s supporters.

The north London club unveiled a whopping 15-year-deal with the American sportswear giants Nike back in 2018, and so far the jerseys produced seem to have gone down well with fans.

However, the rumoured kit for the 2020/21 season – which has been reported by the ultra reliable Footy Headlines – features a fresh zig-zag formation in the background of the body of the shirt, whilst there’s a return to navy sleeves and a gold trim:

What do you think of the fresh and different mosaic that features behind the sponsor and badge?

Spurs’ contract with Nike earns the Premier League giants up to £30 million per-season, according to the Evening Standard, but will this new strip go down well with the Tottenham faithful?

What do you think?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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