Spurs Home And Away Kits For Next Season Have Been Leaked
We might not yet know how this season will finish or when next season will start but whenever it does Spurs will be wearing two kits that have been reportedly leaked.
The Covid-19 pandemic has put an end to the season currently and with no end in sight we don't know when it'll restart, with even the Premier League's current end of April date lookin pretty optimistic.
Should the season get cancelled then Spurs could be one of those teams who benefit the most, if it means the north London side are put into next season's Champions League by virtue of being in last season's top four.
The kits Jose Mourinho's side will reportedly wear next season have been leaked online.
Should the season manage to restart, before next season starts, then Mourinho's team could still be one of the teams who benefits from the current break.
The north London side are still seven points off Chelsea in fourth, although they may only need to catch up to fifth depending if Manchester City's European ban sticks, but have been without Harry Kane or Son Heung-min through injury.
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Both men could be fit to return if the season does, giving Mourinho's side a big boost.
Spurs have had quite an incredible season already with Mauricio Pochettino being sacked just months after helping his side reach the Champions League final for the first time.
The team lost 7-2 in the competition to Bayern Munich at the group stage and were knocked out of both the Carabao and FA Cups on penalties.
The latter, a loss to Norwich following an exciting 1-1 draw, was followed by Eric Dier jumping into the stands to confront a fan about abuse towards his brother.
Eric Dier was involved in an altercation with a fan after Tottenham's defeat to Norwich.- SPORTbible (@sportbible) March 5, 2020
Jose Mourinho said Dier was being "insulted".
He added: "The family was there, the younger brother was not happy with the situation."
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The whole crazy season has even been caught by Amazon Prime's cameras, with the streaming service filming one of their behind closed doors documentaries on Spurs' season.
It'll certainly make for an interesting series.
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