Chelsea players have been in tremendous form since the appointment of German tactician Thomas Tuchel in January. The likes of Edouard Mendy, Mason Mount and N'Golo Kante have all become world class players under the management of the former Paris Saint German coach.
According to various reports, pictures have now emerged online showing the club's second and third choice shirts for next season. The club's second jersey for next season is predominantly yellow and also features the colour black.
However, Chelsea's third jersey for next season has caused a lot of controversy online. The shirt is set to be the first of it's kind. It features a mixture of about three to four colours.
According to various reports, Thomas Tuchel wants the club to sign a few players this summer in order to challenge the likes of Man City, Man United and Liverpool for the Premier League title next season. It is believed that the club will raise money for transfer fees through the sale of jerseys this summer.
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