After the leaked mock-up comes a leaked poster.
Chelsea diehard @feroze17 has managed to get his hands on a brand new leaked poster revealing the Blues new home kit for the 2015-16 campaign.
Chelsea, of course, will start the new season as the reigning Premier League champions.
Earlier in the year, Chelsea announced a new commercial sponsorship deal with a company few have ever heard of from Japan.
The Yokohama Rubber Company, a company who make tyres for cars, have agreed a five-year shirt deal with Jose Mourinho’s side.
According to the BBC, the shirt deal is worth £40m-per-year, meaning that Chelsea should earn £200m from the arrangement.
The Yokohama Rubber Company will replace Samsung as the Chelsea shirt sponsor.
Whilst Chelsea’s deal is indeed significant, it is worth remembering that Manchester United recently agreed a seven-year commercial deal with US car brand Chevrolet, worth around £50m per year.
The Yokohama Rubber Company see their logo plastered on the front of Chelsea’s new home kits, as can be seen in the poster below featuring Diego Costa, John Terry, Eden Hazard, Thibaut Courtois and Oscar.
Chelsea will officially unveil their new home kit on Thursday.
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) July 15, 2015