Nigerian international, Kelechi Iheanacho, on Sunday unveiled Manchester City’s new Nike home kit along with manager Pep Guardiola.
Iheanacho joined Guardiola on stage to model the new strip for their upcoming season in the Premier League.
Players from the youth sides and women’s team joined Iheanacho in presenting the kit to the fans in attendance, before Guardiola affectionately ruffled his striker’s hair as he walked past him.
The shirt (£60), blue shorts (£28) and white socks (£13) are available online.
On their official website, City write: “Befitting Guardiola’s renowned attention to detail, the club’s new match and training apparel incorporates cutting-edge Nike AeroSwift technology designed to enhance mobility, reduce weight and remove the distractions that hamper performance.
“The new home kit combines the club’s traditional City blue with darker blue detailing that takes its cues from the colour of the new crest’s text and trim.”
The word ‘CITY’ is also included on the back of the collar, while ‘EST 1894’ features on the inside of the cuffs.