Serie A giants Inter appear set for a new look next season after more images of their next home kit were leaked online.
It’s kit leak season once again and if the new images are in fact true, the Milan side have pulled off a design masterstroke once again.
Inter have had plenty of iconic strips down the years from the nostalgic simplicity of the Helenio Herrera era in the 70s to the introduction of the Pirelli sponsorship in the 90s, as well as the 2010 treble winning kit under Jose Mourinho. According to Footy Headlines their new creation could be just as memorable.
As pictured above, the home jersey for next season will reportedly feature the traditional blue and back colours which the club has become famous for, yet the addition of bold zig-zag lines.
Footy Headlines’ report claims that while earlier images of the zig-zag pattern came from a counterfeit kit, subsequent close-up leaks have confirmed the design.
Sporting giants Nike will continue their long standing affiliation with the club – which began in 1998 – and have surely struck gold with this design.
The kit will also perhaps pay homage to the club’s 2010/11 kit – as shown above – which also featured a rather jazzy design, as the club went on to win the Coppa Italia, Supercoppa Italiana and the Club World Cup, while finishing second in the league.
Before the suspension of the footballing season, Antonio Conte’s side had found themselves third in the table, eight points behind second place surprise package Lazio, as their early season form began to dwindle.
While the future of the Italian league season remains unclear, perhaps next season could see the Nerazzuri mount a more consistent title challenge in their new jersey and end the ten-year wait for the Scudetto.