TOTTENHAM have dropped a hint of next year’s Champions League final in Turkey in their home kit launch for the 2022-23 season.

The North London giants sealed their place in Europe’s premier competition on the final day of the Premier League campaign at the expense of rivals Arsenal.

Swedish forward Dejan Kulusevski models the new Tottenham white Nike strip

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Swedish forward Dejan Kulusevski models the new Tottenham white Nike stripCredit: Twitter: @spursofficial
Spurs slipped in a reference to the 2023 Champions League final in their kit launch video

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Spurs slipped in a reference to the 2023 Champions League final in their kit launch videoCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

Antonio Conte’s side hit Norwich for five away at Carrow Road to secure fourth spot.

It will be the first time since the 2019-20 term where they reached the Round of 16 that Spurs will be competing in the Champions League.

And the club were quick to poke fun at rivals Arsenal in their kit launch video for their new Nike white strip.

In the clip, a fan can be seen reading a travel book of the top ten things to do in Istanbul.

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The 2023 Champions League final will be held in Turkey at Fatih Karagumruk’s Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul.

Fans were quick to comment on the club’s cheeky reference, as one user tweeted: “Oh my god this is so clever ahahahaha.”

Another remarked: “I approve of this.”

A third added: “Cheeky little nod to the Champions League final in Istanbul I notice…!!”

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This supporter then messaged: “LEGENDS!! Who’s with me and booking their ticket right now?! Champs League baby! See you guys in Istanbul.”

Meanwhile another simply stated: “To dare is to do.”

Those wishing to get their hands on Spurs’ new jersey will have to fork out £75.

And those looking to buy the ‘Elite’ version of the strip will have to cough up a whopping £115 on the club website.



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