The Parisians parted ways with Dubai-based airline Emirates after 13 years of cooperation, and replaced them with a French hotel chain Accor.
According to fansite Paris United, PSG's home kit for the 2019/20 season will remain "midnight navy" and feature the logo of Accor's lifestyle loyalty programme Accor Live Limitless (ALL).
A red-and-white stripe, adorning the centre of the shirt, completes its iconic "Hechter" look, commemorating the club's former chairman and French fashion designer Daniel Hechter.
White is also used for Nike's Swoosh branding, which will be replaced by the Jordan Brand's "Jumpman" in the Champions League.
The shirt will also reportedly feature an interesting pattern consisting of the circular logo of the club, giving the design a unique touch.
And most fans love Nike's new project.
One wrote on Reddit: "That is one sexy kit."
While another added on Twitter: "So classy. I'm in love!"
But a third thinks there is still room for improvement.
He wrote on Reddit "I like the big pattern and the return to the Hechter look but I think it would look much better with a wider red band and thinner white ones, and with a more symmetric logo…
"At least make the central band as wide as the logo to make it look better."
In addition, PSG will don shorts and socks in the same midnight navy colour as their jerseys next season.
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