Tottenham & Manchester City 2019-20 home kits leaked online

Tottenham 2019-20 home kit

Footy Headlines have published a brand new image of Tottenham’s leaked 2019-20 home shirt.

The kit will once again be made by Nike. Nike replaced Under Armour for the 2017-18 season.

It’s previously been reported that Nike pay Spurs £25 million-a-year as part of the kit contract.

On the new Spurs home shirt, it’s fair to say that the design feels pretty traditional.

The body of the kit is white, with blue trimmings around the sleeves and collar.

AIA’s red logo will again appear on the front of the jersey.

Keiran Trippier & Napoli

While on the topic of Tottenham, the Sunday Times report on Napoli’s interest in Tottenham and England defender Keiran Trippier.

The broadsheet announce their belief that Napoli may soon lodge a bid for the Spurs right-back:

Napoli are targeting Tottenham’s £26m-rated England right back Kieran Trippier.

Aurelio De Laurentiis, the Serie A side’s president, has given his approval and they will make their move after Saturday’s Champions League final when Tottenham take on Liverpool in Madrid.

Should Spurs agree to sell Trippier to Napoli, it’s unclear whether the club would buy a replacement.

Serge Aurier and Kyle Walker-Peters could fill in at full-back in 2019-20.

Man City 2019-20 home kit leaked

The reigning Premier League champions will mix sky blue with purple on their 2019-20 home kit.

Puma will once again produce the Man City strips next season.

While the dominant colour on the home kit will be Man City’s traditional light blue, the shirt has purple panels on the shoulders.

Moreover, the Etihad Airways logo on the front of the shirt is also purple.

Leroy Sane & Bayern Munich

Last week, reports from Kicker confirmed that Bayern Munich are in talks with Leroy Sane about a possible summer transfer.

This weekend, though, the Sunday Times note that Man City want to keep Sane at the club:

Manchester City are preparing to hold talks with Leroy Sane’s representatives over a new deal.

Sane, who joined from Schalke three years ago for £37m, remains part of Pep Guardiola’s plans.

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