Resolved - Celtic Star Moussa Dembélé Signs Adidas Deal

Update: Moussa Dembélé has declared that he has signed a deal with Adidas, confirming our guesses. The Celtic striker will wear the Adidas X 17+ Purespeed football boots.

Moussa Dembélé Joins Adidas



21-year old Celtic striker Moussa Dembélé, who is reported to be on Olympique Marseille's shortlist, just announced with the words "They wanted me..." that he has signed a deal.

They wanted me... #FrenchScoringMachine #BigAnnouncementAlert #StayTunned💥⚽ 🇫🇷

Ein Beitrag geteilt von Moussa Dembélé (@mdembele_10) am



While he did not say what kind of deal he just signed, it is almost certain that is a boot deal with Adidas (France 1998 kit in the background - no Under Armour deal + very unlikely that a player signs a transfer deal and announce it on social media without the clubs announcing anything).

Moussa Dembélé (Likely) Joins Adidas

Dembélé has switched from unbranded boots to branded Adidas boots already some months ago).

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Original article - March 2017: Celtic's 20-year old striker Moussa Dembélé, who already scored 17 goals this season and is reported to be a target of Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City, this weekend launched his own brand, called Dembelition. To promote the launch of his new brand, the France U21 international laced up in a unique boots in yesterday's Old Firm derby against Rangers.


Moussa Dembélé Debuts Unique Adidas X 16+ PureChaos Boots Against Rangers to Promote Launch of Own Brand

Close-up with the boots that caught out attention this weekend.


Created by Graffiti artists graffitikings, Moussa Dembélé's special boot boasts the unique branding Dembelition as well as an image of him on the upper to stand out. Dembélé's special cleat is based on the white, black and golden Adidas X 16+ PureChaos soccer boot, while the big Adidas branding on the outstep is covered with green spray.


Apart from these customizations, Moussa Dembélé's Dembelition soccer cleat is the same as the standard edition of Adidas' X 16+ PureChaos soccer boot.


Interestingly, it seems like that the France striker is currently looking up for a new boot sponsor as he recently laced up both in Adidas' X 16+ PureChaos boots and Under Armour's Speedform boots.



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