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PSG Unveil New Fourth Kit With Nike Jordan Brand

Ryan Sidle

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PSG Unveil New Fourth Kit With Nike Jordan Brand

PSG have unveiled their new fourth kit, in collaboration with the Nike Jordan brand, along with new Air Jordan 1 Zoom sneakers.


Back in 2018, PSG and Jordan teamed up to release the club's third kit for the season that they wore in the Champions League, along with a larger range of clothes.

They followed up the success of the first drop with more football and basketball inspired gear last year and now they're at it again.

The Ligue 1 champions have brought out their fourth kit of the season, to go along with the burgundy third kit which is also Jordan inspired.

This one features 'hyper pink' and 'psychic purple' with black trim and it certainly is eye catching:

In a statement on their website, the club said, " Developed around a visionary fourth jersey inspired by the Milky Way, this collection illustrates the new dimension in which the capital's club is evolving.

"Symbolizing the ambition of Paris Saint-Germain as the first club of the new generation, the range also underlines the will of a club that dares, a club that is avant-gardiste and pioneering, pushing the limits and innovating internationally, creating and inspiring."

As well as the shirt, there's also a new pair of Air Jordan's in the collection, though PSG confirmed the first drop had sold out 'in a matter of seconds.'

Whilst the Jordan range will be worn by the likes of Kylian Mbappe and Neymar this season, it's possible that Lionel Messi could be wearing it next season.

The Barcelona star's contract is up at the end of this season and he wants to leave the club, the French side are one of the few club's could afford his wages and Leandro Paredes recently confirmed the club are trying to sign him.

"It's up to Leo to come to the club, because PSG are trying to convince him," the PSG midfielder recently said, "o be able to be coached by a coach from your country and the possibility of playing with Leo is a great opportunity... I hope it happens."

Will Messi move to the Parc des Princes?

Featured Image Credit: Nike/PSG

Topics: Football News, Ligue 1, PSG, Football Kit, French football, Kylian Mbappe, France, Nike

Ryan Sidle
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