Cristiano Ronaldo joins his Juventus team-mates to launch brand new white and red away kit in Shanghai
- Juventus have launched their brand new red and white away kit in Shanghai
- Cristiano Ronaldo and his Juventus team-mates unveiled the strip on Thursday
- Juve described the new shirt as ‘futuristic, revolutionary and courageous’
- Stars from both the men’s and women’s teams modelled the strip on the website
- Paulo Dybala was seen wearing the shirt despite being linked with a move away
Juventus have unveiled their new away kit for the upcoming season as Cristiano Ronaldo and Co showed off the red and white design to fans in Shanghai.
The Italian champions, who are currently in Asia on their pre-season tour, got several of their top stars to present the new adidas strip on Thursday afternoon.
Ronaldo and his Juve team-mates were in high spirits as they revealed their own personal shirts with each of their names translated into Chinese.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Co unveiled Juventus’ new away kit in Shanghai on Thursday
Ronaldo has a laugh with his Juventus team-mates during the unveiling in China
The Portuguese star applauds the crowd as the players don the new red and white kit
Following the unveiling of the new kit, the Serie A club revealed some of reasons behind the details and designs on their latest jersey on their website.
Juve insist they have ‘taken a step forward’ as they pointed out the ‘futuristic graphics’ and ‘revolutionary contrasting details that mark a new, courageous direction.’
The club also pointed out that the new uniform’s white base is inspired by ‘the urban buildings and the structures that surround the Allianz Stadium’ while it has been designed for ‘new generations’.
Ronaldo waves to the fans as Miralem Pjanic (centre left) and Emre Can (right) smile for photos
Paulo Dybala (left) and Blaise Matuidi (right) pose in the new shirt following the unveiling
A number of players from both the men’s and women’s team modelled the new away shirt, which included Paulo Dybala.
The Argentine forward has been linked with a move away from the Allianz Stadium this summer with Tottenham, PSG and Manchester United all keen on the 25-year-old.
Spurs made initial contact with Juve over Dybala around a month ago, and the fascinating prospect remains on the radar as chairman Daniel Levy looks to back his manager.
Dybala has suffered from the arrival of Ronaldo at Juventus, scoring just 10 goals last season, and the Italians are thought to be prepared to listen to offers.