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Chelsea home kit for 2015/16 reportedly leaked online

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Chelsea confirmed their £40m-a-year sponsorship agreement with Yokohama Rubber earlier this week - and this is reportedly their new home shirt.

The image, with Yokohama Rubber on the front, is reportedly Chelsea’s home shirt for the 2015/16 season, first seen by GiveMeSport when it was leaked online and posted by 101greatgoals.com.

Japanese company Yokohama Rubber have signed an agreement with Chelsea worth £200m over five years - one of the biggest sponsorship agreements in world football.

They replace Samsung as the club’s official shirt sponsor.

Possible home shirt

The away kit has also reportedly leaked online, and it looks pretty good to us. The home shirt is a classic cut, all blue with red and white trim. It looks like it may have dark blue pinstripes too, which would be a nice touch.

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The away kit is all white, with blue and red trim, and can also be seen below.

Possible away shirt

The agreement is the second biggest in the Premier League, as it trails Manchester United’s £50m-a-year deal with US car company Chevrolet.

Of course, this kit is unconfirmed as Chelsea have not commented on their new shirt for next season but it’s a pretty good look to us.

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