Manchester City enjoyed an absolute dream 2023, winning the European Treble and the FIFA Club World Cup too.
Pep Guardiola clinched the quadruple for the third time in his managerial career, but it doesn’t seem like his appetite for winning has been fulfilled at all.
The Cityzens are now aiming to achieve the extremely rare feat of successfully retaining all three of the major titles they won and winning the European Treble again.
Well, their shirt manufacturers Puma are also hard at work in trying to create the best possible designs for the 2024/25 season to ensure that the Manchester heavyweights look at their very best.
Manchester City’s home kit for the next campaign has already been leaked and attracted some polarizing reactions as well.
Now it seems like an early design of their away kit for the 2024/25 season has also been leaked on social media.
It seems that Puma is sticking with the white colour design when it comes to next season’s away kit, similar to this time around, but made changes to the patterns.
The white t-shirt has blue wave patterns and shapes designed all over the body of the kit, trying to bring that illusion of water flowing all over the kit.
This kit is, obviously, not at all official because the away kit of the 24/25 campaign will not be released before the July/August period at all.
There is still no guarantee that this will be the final design for the kit at all and it could be changed before the official release.
Despite that, a lot of Manchester City supporters seem to have genuinely liked the aesthetic and overall design of this kit. However, those sentiments are not exactly matched by everyone on Football Twitter at all.
There is a major complaint about one particular aspect of the kit, which is the design of the collar.
It appears that Puma keeps going with the V-neck collar design for the Manchester City kits, which is annoying some supporters.
The shirt manufacturers are being criticized for being lazy in basically copy-pasting the same neck collar design for every single Man City shirt these days.
Some have even questioned the authenticity of this design leak due to the collar design looking exactly the same as the shirts for this season.
For the time being, there is no saying whether his kit is actually authentic or a fake.
For one, the super reliable football kits leaker FootyHeadlines have not been able to confirm this away kit as they have for various 24/25 season kits for major Premier League clubs like Liverpool or Manchester United.
While this Man City 24/25 away kit leak has a unique design, Puma might attract more criticism for again sticking with the same white colour for another away kit.