Spotted by the Last Word on Spurs Twitter account, the leaked images of the shirt which have been doing the rounds in recent months look to be correct.
In what will be their fourth season as kit supplier since replacing Under Armour in 2017, the American company have made a couple of changes for their next design.
It’s a bit of a mish-mash of recent home shirts, with white, navy and yellow all getting in there.
The home kit bears a distinct pattern on the white material and has a navy collar, with a yellow trim, and navy shoulder stripes.
The latest design hasn’t exactly gone down well with fans and it shouldn’t be too long until the club officially unveils them.
London rivals Chelsea also have their kits supplied by Nike and the Blues will actually be wearing their brand new away top for the first time this evening against Crystal Palace.
Wearing their new home shirt in their last two games, Frank Lampard’s side have been decked out in next season’s kit as Three have replaced Yokohama Tyres as the club’s main sponsor.
Despite the unveiling of Chelsea’s home and away shirts, it’s still not clear at present when Spurs will be doing likewise.
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However, fans tend to have a very good idea of what all their kits will look like for the 2020/21 campaign with plenty of leaked images spotted on the internet.
Tending to have a navy away shirt in the past, Jose Mourinho’s men look set have a green second top next season and a yellow third shirt.
Spurs are also believed to have a fourth kit next term as three shirts clearly isn’t enough and this one is rumoured to be grey.