Real Madrid made public the kits they will wear next season. The white team will have a strong interference of pink in the kits. In addition, the away kit will debut against Manchester City.
Adidas, the official sponsor of Real Madrid, has made the kits public to start marketing for the next season and boost sales in an atypical summer.
T-shirt revenue is very important for the team economy and provides a high percentage of the annual revenue worldwide.
But one of the flash news was produced in an official Adidas store where they were marketing the shirts with the players’ official screenprint.
The store was placing the shirts by numbers and the notable absence is the lack of the number ’11’ by Gareth Bale and its corresponding silkscreen.
On the hangers you could see the serigraphy of ‘9’ by Benzema, ’10’ Luka Modric and ’12’ by Marcelo with the jump of Gareth Bale. This can be a simple coincidence or a message. Below is the tweet that shows the image.