Juve unveil new away kit

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Serie A giants Juventus have unveiled their new adidas away kit, with the promotion material featuring Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala, despite the latter being linked with an exit from the club.

Scroll through the gallery above to see some images of Juventus' new away kit!

The Bianconeri recently revealed their new home kit, and shocked many with their decision to drop the club's traditional striped design and opt for a half-black and half-white look.

The Italian giants took to their social media platforms on Thursday to reveal their new away kit, which will be worn in the 2019/20 campaign.

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While there was a drastic change in Juve's home kit, the away kit remained consistent in a sense that the club's previous away kits have usually been a single base color.

The club's kit sponsor adidas released a statement upon the unveiling, and revealed that the white jersey is inspired by "urban buildings and structures of Turin in northern Italy".

"The unconventional new away jersey's graphics sit on a core-white base inspired by the urban buildings and structures of Turin in northern Italy, most known for its refined architecture," the statement read.

"The camouflaged patterns on the body of the jersey is a distinct contrast to the vivid red used on the detailing across the club crest and adidas and sponsor logos.

"This design extends to the sleeve cuffs, disrupting the flow of the graphic pattern. The effect mirrors the way in which the most creative players make bold moves on the field to change the flow of the game.

"The patterns of these buildings and the surrounding streets have been remixed to create something modern and fashionable for the new generation of Juventus fans and players.

"The camouflaged patterns on the body of the jersey is a distinct contrast to the vivid red used on the detailing across the club crest and adidas and sponsor logos.

"This design extends to the sleeve cuffs, disrupting the flow of the graphic pattern. The effect mirrors the way in which the most creative players make bold moves on the field to change the flow of the game."

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