Confirmed: Puma Has Already Completed Work on Manchester City 19-20 Kit

Although it wasn't yet made officially by any party, we can today confirm that this season's Manchester City kits will be the latest to be made by Nike.

Puma, having just lost Arsenal to Adidas, will take over the contract in a deal that will reportedly also involve other City Football Group teams such as Girona and was valued at £50m per season. This more than doubles the current Nike deal (£20m / year).

In fact, it's a done deal for some time, which has given Puma plenty of time to complete the work on the Manchester City 2019-2020 home kit, which is set to go into production in the near future.

The brand has even already showed the Manchester City 19-20 jersey to some people, and we've been able to talk to a source who had the chance to have a look at it.

Unfortunately we can't tell you any design specifics, but our source has said that the kit looked "really good" - we expect something along the lines of the rather classy Milan kit.

That's all for now... we'll try our best to get you all the details on the Puma Manchester City kit and will share them with you as we receive them.

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