Leaked: Images emerge of brand new 2017/18 Rangers home and away kits
By Abigail Withey
Leaked images of Rangers’ potential new home and third kits have been shared on Twitter and in the Scottish Sun.
The Light Blues’ supporters gathered in crowds to grab one of the new replica shirts back in June after the club ended their merchandising deal with Sports Direct.
However, it looks as though fans could now need to head back to the shops if they want the latest Rangers strip for the 2017/18 campaign.
The Glaswegian club’s chief Dave King ended the club’s seven-year deal with the sporting goods company and instead entered a fresh one-year agreement which meant fans were able to purchase the replica kits once again.
The leaked potential home kit is designed with the classic light blue colours with white arrows on the shoulders of the jersey, while the third kit is close to the home strip but is instead white.
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Both jerseys are manufactured by Puma with the logo is displayed and social media executive for the Sport Bible and Rangers fan, Jamie Green, shared the leaked images on his personal Twitter account.
The all-white away kit follows a similar design, with both kits manufactured by shirt sponsors Puma.
— Jamie (@JamGre) August 29, 2017
The Scottish newspaper revealed in an earlier report that Gers’ managing director Stuart Robertson firmly suggested that the club wouldn’t have time to launch a new kit for the current season, but this view looks to have changed if the reported images are anything to go by.
In other Rangers news, one of Caixinha’s new summer signings has been named in the SPFL’s Team of the Week.