JUVENTUS’ new kit for next season appears to have been accidently revealed by CHELSEA loanee star Juan Cuadrado.
The Colombian winger – on a three-year loan from Stamford Bridge – might find himself in hot water after accidentally tweeting the new design ahead of the official announcement.
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He may have been in superb form for the Serie A champions-elect in recent weeks, but still may have some explaining to do to the marketing department after posing on his social media accounts.
A tweet was swiftly deleted which read: “Ready for tomorrow”, complete with club slogan #untiltheend.
The new design by Adidas has thinner versions of the famous black and white stripes – and still is adorned with sponsor Jeep.
Most interestingly, however, is the club’s new “J” logo, announced earlier this year, which is a far try from their highly traditional old oval crest.
Of course now is the time of the year when new kits ahead of next season begin to be unveiled, with supporters wagging their tongues with anticipation.
Let’s just hope Cuadrado, who goes into his final year of the long-term loan next season, will score some more goals and provide more assists in Juve’s treble hunt for the hierarchy to forgive him.