The possible first sets of kit since Chelsea signed the second largest shirt sponsorship deal in English football history (via The Telegraph), have been leaked online.
The Premier League champions signed a £40m a year deal with Japanese tyre company Yokohama Rubber in February, and the first possible shirts of their partnership may have now already gone public.
The home shirt features thin vertical stripes – which resemble tyre tread – as well as a thin line of red going around both the collar and the sleeves.
The away and alternate kits have also apparently been leaked. One is a white shirt with blue stripes around the shoulder. And while the red is missing from the collar, the stripe on the sleeve is much more prominent and features higher up the arm.
The other shirt is black and white, with a horizontal stripe pattern going across the main part of the kit.
Take a look at the possible range of kits that John Terry and co will be wearing next year:
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