Spurs signed a lucrative multi-year kit deal with Nike recently after their 5-year-agreement with Under Armour expired at the end of the last season. The new jerseys are in white and navy blue respectively for the home and away strips and were leaked around two weeks before the official launch.

You would think that this trail of leaks would end here, but right after the home and away strips were officially unveiled, Spurs’ third kit popped up on the internet. The kit is purple, and is very different from last year’s third kit, which was golden in colour.

Along with the famous Nike Swoosh that the new kits will feature, the major aesthetic change in all the kits will be in the club’s badge, as the club’s crest is now enclosed in a minimalistic crest design.

A recent gameplay clip from the latest instalment of Pro Evolution Soccer – PES 2018 featured Tottenham’s brand new Third Kit, and it’s safe to say that the outfit looks like a step up from previous season’s third kit. It’s a neat and no nonsense design, and to add to it, the amazing graphics of the game enhance its beauty even further.

The video shows a game between Liverpool and Spurs where Heung Min Son scores and celebrates with Dembele, and this is where the fans can get an eyeful of the new jersey on their players. Surely not real, but this is as close as it can get to reality, without the help of PhotoShop, ofcourse!

Check out the bit from PES2018 below –

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