Tottenham’s new kit for the 18-19 season has been leaked – and fans are seriously unhappy

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Fans of Tottenham Hotspur have a lot to be excited about for the upcoming Premier League season.

The young team enjoyed another solid league campaign and a famous win over Real Madrid on their Champions League run.

It was another year without a trophy after losing in the FA Cup semi-final to Jose Mourinho and Manchester United, yet they will hope they won’t have to wait much longer for silverware.

Most exciting of all - after ditching White Hart Lane at the end of the 2016/17 season - the club will enter their new stadium this year under an exciting boss in Mauricio Pochettino.

Whilst fans are still in World Cup mode and cheering on the players for their national teams - the usual cycle of transfer rumours, gossip, and kit releases is still bubbling away.

Things at home have been rather low-key as fans focus on the action in Russia, yet there is nothing like a controversial kit leak to wake fans up again.

A post on Twitter appears to show the new home and away kits on sale in Asia, which you can see below.

Something similar happened last year, as the kits were spotted on sale in the USA and Asia before the kit had been revealed by Nike.

The away shirt seems to have been received fairly well, largely due to a fairly simple design and colour scheme.

The faded navy-blue design on the home shirt has been more controversial, and fans have been reacting in disbelief to the post on Twitter.

Until they are revealed officially, it remains to be seen whether the leak is genuine.

If the depiction of the home shirt is accurate, it seems doubtful that many fans will be taking up the option of buying one.

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Mauricio Pochettino
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