Ac Milan is changing its skin: after the unexpected split between the club and adidas - their kit manufacturer since 1998 - the Rossoneri seem to be close to signing a new sponsorship deal with Puma. The news was reported this morning by La Stampa and confirmed by some nss sports’ sources. The deal should dance around 10/15 million of euros per season - which would be a step back from the adidas’ deal that was worth 19,7 million -, while there is no information about the length of the contract. So, this is a concept of the new Rossoneri kit - designed by Matteo Caputo for an online contest for footbAll Nerds - made by what will probably become the new technical supplier.

AC Milan is ready to sing with Puma, how will the new Rossoneri kit be? Matteo Caputo gave us a preview of how the new jersey made by the German brand could be | Image 0
AC Milan is ready to sing with Puma, how will the new Rossoneri kit be? Matteo Caputo gave us a preview of how the new jersey made by the German brand could be | Image 1
AC Milan is ready to sing with Puma, how will the new Rossoneri kit be? Matteo Caputo gave us a preview of how the new jersey made by the German brand could be | Image 2
AC Milan is ready to sing with Puma, how will the new Rossoneri kit be? Matteo Caputo gave us a preview of how the new jersey made by the German brand could be | Image 3

Puma has bounded its brand to the Italian National team since 2004, last week the new jersey - the one we hope to see in the upcoming World Cup - was presented by Gigi Buffon. Club-wise the German brand - which is part of the group Kering - has no sponsorship deals in Italy, the most important one was the Lazio deal that lasted 12 years. At European level, Puma is the kit provider and technical sponsor of Arsenal, Borussia Dortmund and Leicester City.