Manchester City are in productive talks with Puma to succeed Nike as their kit provider in the near future, according to recent reports.
The deal, which could net City around £45million-a-year, wouldn’t come into effect until the 2019/20 season unless of an early break with Nike, since the Nike deal has one more year season to run after this campaign.
Despite that, people are intrigued as to how a Manchester City kit could look like with Puma as the developer. And Brazilian graphic designer Louis Augustus has come up with an eye-catching black concept for a future away strip under Puma.
Sleek and with subtle patterns, it’d surely be a hit among the fan base. And should Puma in fact take over, it will be with the hope that kits like this become the norm.
Check out Louis Augustus’ concept designs:
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