Palace and Juventus seem to be ready to present an unprecedented collaboration in the coming months. After the "Juventus Icon" collection, released in January and with which the Champions of Italy joined by right into the world of streetwear, the one with Palace would be a significant step forward and would confirm a very strong bond that over the last two years he approached big street brands to soccer clubs.

The hypothesis is not so remote given that adidas, the current sponsor of the Bianconeri, and the British brand have already collaborated several times in the past. Another reason that makes the supporters and lovers of streetwear hope is that Palace has repeatedly included football-inspired items in its collections, recovering the shapes of the vintage jersey, acrylic fabrics, and wide collars. Among these, the London brand has also released two shirts inspired by those worn by Inter and Juventus in the 1980s. 

The most suggestive hypothesis would be that Palace would collaborate with adidas to create game kits, even if only destined for a single competition, following the example of what Jordan did with PSG, producing uniforms only for the Champions League. The rumors speak of a possible release in October, just when Juve would begin the phase in the rounds of the maximum European competition. We'll see!

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