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Inter Milan Have Released Final Kit With Pirelli But It Could Be Rejected By Lega Serie A

Inter Milan Have Released Final Kit With Pirelli But It Could Be Rejected By Lega Serie A

Inter Milan have released a new fourth kit but there is speculation the Nerazzurri could be banned from wearing it in official matches.

Inter have announced a bold Nike mash-up kit that features a whole host of different colours and patterns. It looks set to be the final kit as part of the long-running partnership with Pirelli and also features the controversial new badge.

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The special jersey is available now and it will also be included in EA Sports' FIFA 21 game from April 10.

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But will we actually see Inter take to the pitch in it? Calcio e Finanza, via Football Italia say that it may be rejected as Lega Serie A rules state that jerseys should have at most three distinct colours.

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This kit contains yellow, white, black and blue and a series of different shapes. Inter may have to submit a formal request in order to gain approval.

The Serie A leaders have had Pirelli's logo emblazoned on their shirts for 26 years, with Ronaldo Nazario, Adriano, Wesley Sneijder and Zlatan Ibrahimovic among the world-class players to have worn the iconic kits.

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But Pirelli chief executive Marco Tronchetti Provera told Gr Parlamento that they will not be shirt sponsors as of next season.

The badge change to mark the club's 113th birthday, has not gone down well and has seen many compare the crest to Volkswagen's logo and Montreal Impact's badge.

Topics: Football, Serie A, Nike, Italy, Inter Milan

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