​Chelsea's kits for the 2017/18 season appear to have been ​leaked ​online​ by the Mirror, showing their sleek designs after switching from Adidas to Nike. 

Nike signed a contract with the Londoners midways through last season in 15-year deal worth £60m per season, ending their partnership with Adidas. 

And fans won't be disappointed with their new design, as Nike have gone for a "less is more" effect, creating three beautifully looking kits. 

The home kit is a deep shade of blue with slightly lighter sleeves, changing from their v-neck last season to a crew neck. 


The away kit is mainly white with blue panels down the side, but the third kit is the knockout punch. A black coloured shirt with a faint camoflauge print, matched up with a light blue trim on the sleeves. 


Whether Chelsea fans see Diego Costa in these shirts next season is still a mystery, but if these three turn out to be the official kits, the Blues will look smart home and away in 2017/18.