Real Madrid's home shirt for the 2020/21 season has been 'leaked' and fans are not liking the new pink trim.
This season's effort has been applauded by fans and neutrals alike thanks to the smart gold trim standing out on the white shirt.
However, Footy Headlines have given a sneak peek into next season's effort and the use of pink and a tiger print detail on the sleeves is a unique twist.
:white_circle::cherry_blossom: Exclusive: Real Madrid 20-21 Home Kit Leaked: https://t.co/bsYcXC2X4S pic.twitter.com/8y3RSBHUhh
- Footy Headlines (@Footy_Headlines) May 16, 2020
Madrid's last attempt at a pink kit came back in 2014 when their away shirt was an all pink effort.
Despite the design, Los Blancos fans have reacted angrily to the shirt and think it's a poor showing from Adidas.
What are those pink cuffs all about?..Take those away you've got a perfect Madrid shirt.
- Duncan Evans (@Duncan24041974) May 16, 2020
Why is it no UCL big club these days want to make classic looking kits? Barca inter ac Milan and now real all try reinventing the wheel, at least arsenal and Man U have classic looking kits
- ARSENAL'S WORLD (@ArsenalTheWorld) May 16, 2020
Shit. I don't see any identity in it. What has the colour pink got to do with us. Lacks of everything. Bring back the 2011/2012 kit
- إقبال (@MdIqbal04) May 15, 2020
Why are 2021 jerseys looking so terrible. The design is to dull. Just get us something without design. That should suffice. This nonsense stops here.
- AY Hassan (@AY_hassan_) May 15, 2020
Put some black and gold.... What pink is doin with madrid.... Maybe we can take this as third one
- CA.Dileep.S.R (@dileepan8) May 16, 2020
After 2 years in a row of classy joints we were due for a trash one smh
- Omar. V (@OmarEscobar) May 16, 2020
The Belgian joined from Chelsea last summer for a rumoured fee of €100 million but he's endured a tough start to life at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Injuries have riddled his season and limited him to just 10 games in La Liga this season.
However, the 29-year-old has resisted temptations while in lockdown and looked in much better shape in recent images with coach Zinedine Zidane.
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