Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus shirt and Eden Hazard’s Real Madrid kit for next season have been ‘leaked’ online by a football website.
Footyheadlines has posted what they claim are the kits from major European sides that are made by Adidas, including Bayern Munich and Arsenal.
If confirmed, Juve’s strip looks familiar although the black stripes have been given an artistic makeover, while there are gold stripes along the side to match the logos.
Bayern’s kit is similar to the designs of recent seasons. The reported shirt is simpler and without the dark horizontal lines from this campaign, replaced with a vertical pattern.
Also posted was Real Madrid’s home kit for the 2020-21 season, which keeps the traditional all-white body but includes a pink detail on the sleeves.
Arsenal’s posted 2020-21 design features a zigzag pattern across of the body of the shirt, with arrow shapes dotted across the front.
The Gunners’ long-time shirt sponsor Emirates is still visible below the badge and Adidas manufacturer logo.
The classic red and white look is retained with a red pinstripe visible on the sleeves of the jersey, and a white-collar.