Puma and Manchester City have just dropped off their third kit drip for the 2019-20 season, and it is a bold new look.

The new kit incorporates who two clashing colors in yellow and peach in a vibrant gradient design, inspired by the entertaining on –field brilliance of Manchester City- and rounds off a bold approach by Puma in their first year of partnership with the Manchester club.

This new partnership between Puma and Man city, worth up to a reported 600 million euros over the next ten years, is the biggest of its kind for the German Sportswear company, who take over from Nike’s current six-year deal worth roughly 20 million a year.



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