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01 July 2017

Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Eric Dier reveal Tottenham Hotspur’s new shirts for the 2017/18 season

HARRY KANE, Dele Alli and Eric Dier reveal Tottenham Hotspur’s new kit for the 2017/18 season.

And it looks like England midfielder Dier WILL snub Manchester United’s interest to remain with Mauricio Pochettino’s side after all.

Spurs stars including Harry Kane and Dele Alli reveal the new Tottenham kit
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Eric Dier appears to have committed his future to Spurs
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Jose Mourinho had identified Dier as his top pick to strengthen United’s midfield.

But the 23-year-old happily poses alongside his Spurs team-mates as they show off their new Nike kit.

Spurs ended their five-year partnership with Under Armour in favour of the American sportswear giant in a £30million deal.

Nike will also supply Chelsea’s kit from next season.

The White Hart Lane side of course finished runner-up to Antonio Conte’s men last season.

Spurs’ new kit features a simple, classy design with the club crest – the cockerel on top of a football – in the centre of a shield.

The shirt features a redesigned club crest
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Harry Kane models Spurs’ new shirt
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The away kit’s simple design mirrors that of the all-white home shirt
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The word ‘Spurs’ is stitched into the back of the neck area of the shirt
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The word “Spurs” is knitted into the back of the neck and “2017” and “2018” lie inside the left and right cuffs.

Tottenham will wear their new kit for the first time a friendly against Paris Saint-Germain in Orlando, US, on July 22.

The away kit will be debuted in the clash against Manchester City a week later.

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Spurs’ standard home shirt is available for £60 while the one the players themselves will actually wear will set fans back £90.

Some of the suspense was taken out of the big unveiling when photos of the new kit were leaked online last week.


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