Real Madrid’s home kit for the 2019/20 season is stunning.
The white and gold design has been a massive hit with the fans.
However, with the season coming to an end, the kit will only be used for a couple more months.
So, will Real Madrid’s home kit for the 2020/21 campaign be as big a hit as the kit used this season?
It appears it won’t be.
That’s because their home kit next season has been leaked by the ever reliable FootyHeadlines.
You can view the jersey that Real Madrid will wear next season below:
That’s bold to say the least. The good news is that the kit is white, as always.
However, the colour pink features on the home kit for just the second time in the club’s history.
And fans aren’t happy with that decision. The V neck collar has also been the target of criticism.
You can view some of the best tweets from Real Madrid fans below:
@MdIqbal04 wrote: “S**t. I don’t see any identity in it. What has the colour pink got to do with us. Lacks of everything. Bring back the 2011/2012 kit.”
“Why are 2021 jerseys looking so terrible,” @AY_hassan_ said. “The design is to dull. Just get us something without design. That should suffice. This nonsense stops here.”
@BumpyJo65448889 wrote: “That pink is hideous.”
“What’s up with the V necks?” @venatjay said. “They HAVE to be round necks! And I hate the pink.”
@salemalmossa was also unhappy, saying: “The worst ever.. better put it into the garbage.”
@karabaxci_narek said: “Lets just hope that the 20-21 season gets cancelled as well.”
While @xHazina is praying it isn’t true, writing: “Please tell me this is a joke.”
We’re afraid it isn’t a joke. Footy Headlines rarely get it wrong when leaking kits.
And for those that don’t like the colour pink, we’re afraid that the away kit’s main colour for next season will be pink.
We can’t imagine Real Madrid will be doing too well for shirt sales next season…
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