Milan have presented their new Adidas kits for the 2014-15 season, including one commemorating Brazil.
The Rossoneri had been due to play with the new away shirt from the Milan Derby, but opted to postpone that change for a week after pressure from fans to play this huge game in the traditional kit.
Instead, the yellow third choice shirt which references the colours of the Brazil strip will be worn in Sunday’s match with Atalanta.
To confirm the Seleçao connection, the advertising campaign has this shirt worn by Ricky Kaka, Robinho and goalkeeper Gabriel.
The club also unveiled its new font, called Milan Type, for writing the names and numbers on the back.
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