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Two new 2024/25 Manchester City goalkeeper kits leaked in new images surfacing on social media



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Several of Manchester City’s upcoming 2024/25 goalkeeper shirts have surfaced in new images circulating on social media in the last few days.

Views towards the forthcoming 2024/25 campaign come as Manchester City remain fully engaged in an enthralling Premier League title challenge, as well as an FA Cup final at the end of the ongoing domestic season.

City have three matches remaining in the Premier League this season, with two visits to London to take on Fulham and Tottenham in the space of just four days, before closing out the top-flight season at home to West Ham.

Manchester United will then be Manchester City’s opponents in the FA Cup final in the last remaining domestic schedule contest this season, with a repeat of last season’s finale taking place at Wembley Stadium.

Away from events on the pitch, sneak peeks ahead of the 2024/25 season are emerging relentlessly on social media, with the latest concerning the shirts to be worn by the likes of Ederson, Stefan Ortega Moreno, and Scott Carson.

It had previously been reported in various quarters that one of Manchester City’s 2024/25 goalkeeper shirts would have a colourway using two shades of ‘coffee’, while another edition will use ‘dark brown’ combined with a ‘matcha colour’.

Now, as revealed by reliable kit source esvaphane on X, Manchester City’s new home goalkeeper shirt will feature a predominant colour of brown, combined with elements of green and light brown for the pattern.

Pink detailing will also accompany the aforementioned ranges, featuring in all sponsorship logos as well as the Manchester City club crest and accents.

Elsewhere, and according to the information of Opaleak, another of Manchester City’s goalkeeper kits will take on a more vibrant look, with a bright orange to be worn by Ederson and his goalkeeping colleagues.

Leaked images surrounding Manchester City’s outfield player kits have also surfaced in recent weeks, with the home shirt featuring ‘0161 graffiti’ art on its cuffs and collar, whilst the away shirt takes inspiration from the club’s 1999 play-off final success.