Juventus will be wearing their new kit for the 2016-17 campaign this afternoon against Sampdoria.
The Bianconeri unveiled their Adidas strip for next season and are under contract with them as kit sponsors until 2021.
Interestingly, the players chosen to represent the new kit are Paul Pogba, Hernanes and Alvaro Morata.
All three have been at the centre of transfer gossip, above all Morata, as Real Madrid have a buy-back clause for the striker at €30m.
“In a departure from last year's classic effort, the Juventus 2016/17 home kit features wider stripes on the legendary black and white jersey," read a statement.
"Black shorts with the adidas logo and white stripes on the sides and black socks, displaying the traditional black and white combination, complete the picture.
“The jersey comes with a crew neck collar featuring the black adidas logo on the right and the Juventus crest on the left.
“The iconic adidas three stripes running down the sides are white, placed on a black background, give a sense of continuity with the stripes on the shorts and socks.
“The names and numbers of the players are black on the jersey and white on the shorts.”