Chelsea's Leaked 2019/20 Home Kit Will Split Opinion
Chelsea still have a lot to play for this season with Champions League football for next term on the line on two fronts. So the question is will they be wearing next season's kit in Europe's premier club competition?
Maurizio Sarri has had quite the introduction to the Premier League this season as he's found things won't be easy to take Chelsea to a league title in the near future.
The Italian was brought in at the beginning of the season, replacing fellow countryman Antonio Conte, after the team finished outside the top four last season.
The battle this year was always going to be to finish in the Champions League places for next season and despite poor form since November the Blues are still battling away.
As well as having a Europa League semi final to think about the west London club also have a huge match against Manchester United on Sunday which could go some way to deciding who finishes in the top four.
With all that to come they'll be no taking their eyes off this season to look forward to next season from the Blues but we can do that for them.
The team's home kit for 2019/20 has been leaked by Footy Headlines and it's likely to split opinion:
Right now it looks like the only players you'll be seeing in next season's Chelsea kit are the ones that can currently be seen in it this season, plus any returning loanees.
The Stamford Bridge side are under a two transfer window embargo and they had their appeal to have the embargo suspended whilst they appeal the ban denied.
That means this summer they won't be able to sign anyone with Christian Pulisic, who was signed in January and loaned back to Borussia Dortmund till the end of the season, the only new player arriving if things don't change.
However the more pressing matter for Sarri and the fans is whether or not Eden Hazard will be in the kit next season with Real Madrid reportedly wanting the forward who only has a year left on his contract.
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