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Manchester City unveil their first new kits in £650m deal with Puma

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Manchester City have unveiled their new home and away kits for the 2019-20 season - with the strip they'll wear on the road inspired by a former nightclub. 

Puma have replaced Nike as City's kit suppliers in a ten-year deal that is worth a staggering £650million. 
And they have kicked-off their new partnership with a striking away kit design which includes a nod to famous local nightclub and music venue, The Haçienda.
Sergio Aguero, Leroy Sane, David Silva and Bernard Mendy (left to right) show off Manchester City's new away kit, while Ederson sports his pink goalkeeper strip
The black away kit pays tribute to the city's 'Madchester' years and The Haçienda nightclub
The away shirt will cost an adult male £65, although an authentic version is an extra £30
The strip, which is primarily black, pays tribute to the city's 'Madchester' years, which encompassed a period of extraordinary cultural activity in the late 1980s and early 1990s. 
Yellow stripes on the right shoulder are a reference to The Haçienda's 'iconic graphic identity', while peach and City blue on the sleeves add colour. 
Stars including Sergio Aguero, Raheem Sterling and David Silva were chosen to model the away kit and the new home home strip, which draws inspiration from Manchester's industrial heritage.
Both kits feature City's 125th anniversary crest, with the home shirt including a wave pattern as a visual representation of the looms that were key to the industrial revolution. 
Manchester City stars (left to right) Raheem Sterling, Caroline Weir, Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne model the home strip, which draws inspiration from Manchester's industrial heritage
Aguero models Manchester City's new home kit, which is one of two new kits made by Puma
David Silva, entering his final season as a City player, models the new City home strip
The iconic City blue is highlighted with purple, which is used on the club's home shirt for the first time.  
Last campaign City became the first English club to win the domestic treble of the Premier LeagueFA Cup and League Cup, and they will be hoping for further success this time around.  
City's new kits are set to be seen in action for the first time later this month when they take part in the Premier League Asia Trophy in China.  

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