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Barcelona's New Third Kit Leaked Online And It's Very Different

Barcelona's New Third Kit Leaked Online And It's Very Different

It's all change for FC Barcelona next season as they prepare for the first campaign under former player Ernesto Valverde, who took over the reins from outgoing boss Luis Enrique.

And 'different' is the exact word that comes to mind when you see images of the new third kit the Blaugrana will be wearing next term.

The club unveiled the 2017/18 home kit last month, with Neymar front and centre in the shirt that isn't too different to their 2011/12 edition where the club won the Copa Del Rey.

Check out images of the home kit here:

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Images via FootyHeadlines

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As seen in the images above, the season marks the first of Barcelona's four-year shirt sponsorship with Japanese e-commerce company Rakuten, with the deal expected to be worth around £188 million.

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For fans wanting to know when they can get their hands on the new Barca third kit, official release is likely to be slated in for around September time.

What do you make of the design for Barca's new kit?

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Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Third kit, Football, Barcelona, Lionel Messi, Kit

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