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Ibrahimovic, Giroud model AC Milan new home jersey [Photos]

Italy's champions AC Milan drop fire home jersey

Ibrahimovic, Giroud model AC Milan new home jersey

On Monday, July 4, 2022 Serie A giants AC Milan dropped their home jersey for the new season.

The new AC Milan jersey was modelled by first team stars Rafael Leao, Olivier Giroud and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

AC Milan unveiled the new home jersey was designed by their sponsors international sports wear brand Puma.

The new AC Milan home jersey is inspired by new generations of Rossoneri and Milanese heritage.

The design has the Milan coat of arms on the upper back and features the Italian Tricolore on the sleeve cuffs.

It has the iconic black and red stripes worn by previous successful era's.

A statement about the new jersey on the AC Milan website said, "The new AC Milan Home jersey is a combination of fashion, design, street culture and heritage.

"The jersey pays tribute to what makes Milan unique."

Milan have added very little reinforcement in the transfer window as they aim to conquer Italy once again.

AC Milan will wear this jersey at the San Siro to defend their Serie A title.

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