Tottenham drop clever Champions League final hint in new kit launch video
Tottenham have released their new kit for the forthcoming season, Antonio Conte’s first full campaign in charge.
As is now commonplace, the club have tweeted out a promotional video to go with the new strip, which is more adventurous than last season’s plain white effort.
There is a blue and yellow design around the neck and sleeves, and Harry Kane and Heung-min Son are among the players modelling it.
The video can be watched below, and some fans have already spotted the clever Champions League final related reference.
Tottenham drop Champions League final hint in new kit launch video
Tottenham are of course in next season’s Champions League, having leapfrogged Arsenal into fourth in the closing weeks of the season.
Conte has them dining at European football’s top table and the video makes a reference to that around the 20 second mark.
One of the fans modelling the kit is reading a travel guide for Istanbul, which is the scene of next season’s Champions League final.
Spurs of course reached the 2019 final, where they were defeated by Liverpool under the guidance of former manager Mauricio Pochettino.
New Conte signing Ivan Perisic will be among the players wearing the new kit and supporters will hope that more arrivals will come in between now and the start of next season.
Keeping Kane to wear the new shirt would also be a major plus and as it stands, there really is no obvious exit route from Tottenham for him.
Spurs fans will be hoping that this kit goes down in history as the one in which their club break their trophy drought under Conte.
And what a night it would be if that came in Turkey on June 10…
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