Chelsea’s loanee footballer Juan Cuadrado accidentally unveiled the new kit for Juventus in a tweet. The Chelsea player may be in trouble for leaking the jersey ahead of the official announcement. The tweet read, “Ready for tomorrow” and contained the slogan of the FC in hashtag, ‘#untiltheend’.
The looks of the jersey are definitely a change from the old one, with black and white stripes that are thinner than previously while the Jeep logo remains constant. The old oval logo with more traditional tones has been replaced by the club’s new ‘J’ logo which was announced to be introduced earlier this year. The new logo is much more minimal, with the elaborate crest giving way to a lone alphabet.
Liverpool unveiled their new jersey recently, which was based on their 125 years anniversary and had a retro look and detailing. The trend so far seems to indicate minimal styles, with both jerseys having a plain but sophisticated look. It remains to be seen what other clubs’ jerseys have to offer as supporters wait in eager anticipation to get a first glance at them and possibly pre-order one to wear.
Juan Cuadrado quickly deleted the picture from Twitter following what possibly could be a request from the hierarchy. Cuadrado goes into his final year of the loan next season, Juventus fans can hope he has some more tricks up his sleeve on the field.