New Tottenham kit: Has Spurs' kit for next season been leaked online?
An image was posted by TalkingTHFC on Twitter
Tottenham Hotspur's kit for the 2014/15 season may have been leaked online.
Twitter account TalkingTHFC posted the shirt, made by Under Armour, boasts blue and yellow trim on the classic lillywhite shirt.
The American sportswear company are about to enter the third year of a firve-year, £50m deal with Spurs.
Read more: Arsenal's new kit leaked by fan in Macau
New Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is reported to be chasing Belgium World Cup hero Divock Origi.
The 19-year-old scored the winner against Russia on Sunday, sending the Red Devils into the knockout stages.
Lille are asking for £8m for the striker who scored just five goals in 30 Ligue 1 matches last season.
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