PSG's gorgeous new burgundy third kit has been leaked
The PSG third kit for the 2020-21 season has been leaked, and it looks lovely
Footy Headlines have revealed images of the new shirt.
The Nike kit is again inspired by the Air Jordan brand. The PSG home and away shirts have the traditional Nike Swoosh, but the third kit features the iconic 'Jumpman' silhouette of Michael Jordan.
A fourth kit for the Champions League finalists - expected to be released midway through the season - is thought to feature the Air Jordan branding as well.
The shirt is a deep 'bordeaux' burgundy, with the sponsor, PSG badge and Air Jordan logo in a bright 'true gold' to make them stand out.
The sleeves follow a new Nike template, with white shoulders, and then black at the bottom.
Fidèles de la source je vous présente notre futur maillot Third du #PSG 2020/2021 qui va sortir prochainement. J’aime beaucoup le sponsor All en doré. Il est classe et élégant. Sobre et classe il donne vraiment une meilleure impression en vrai. #PSG #JORDAN 🔴🔵 pic.twitter.com/5ZtQNc6TwQ
— La Source Parisienne (@lasource75006) September 9, 2020
We also have a look at the shorts and socks.
Both are again burgundy with gold logos. The socks have black trim, and a large Jumpman logo on the shin.
The PSG third kit is expected to be released this month.
PSG lost 1-0 to Ligue 1 newcomers RC Lens in the first game of the season on Thursday night.
The Paris side was of course fielding a weakened side due to seven players being unavailable after testing positive for coronavirus.
Kylian Mbappe and Neymar are amongst the players currently quarantined.
RC Lens won the game thanks to a terrible howler from PSG keeper Marcin Bulka.
Cameroonian striker Ignatius Gango pounced on the error to give RC Lens the three points.
PSG were only able to field four players who featured in last month's Champions League final against Bayern Munich due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Angel Di Maria, Mauro Icardi, Keylor Navas and Marquinhos were also amongst those at the club who tested positive for the virus.
PSG lost the Champions League final 1-0 to Bayern, thanks to Kingsley Coman's second half goal at the Estádio da Luz in Lisbon.