Real Madrid recently unveiled their new away kit for the upcoming 2022/23 season and it is definitely something to look at. The kit features a new, lighter shade of lavender with some slick patterns on it.
The eye-catching jersey was released on social media today as the club prepares for the upcoming season on the back of winning their 14th Champions League title.
Black sleeve cuffs and collar, along with an embroidered club badge and famous Adidas logo, set off nicely against the purple colourway. The jersey is available on the club’s website and in Adidas stores.
Real Madrid youngster Eduardo Camavinga set to win Golden Boy 2022: Reports
Real Madrid won the Champions League beating Liverpool 1-0 in the finals at Park de Princes. The club won the domestic double and a lot of credit is due to players like Karim Benzema, Thibaut Courtois, Luka Modric and more.
However, one silent performer for them has been Eduardo Camavinga. The Frenchman signed for the Los Blancos last season and took his time to adapt to La Liga. However, he became an integral part of the team towards the tail end of the season.
It is safe to say, Real Madrid would not have beaten Manchester City in the Champions League if it hadn’t been for Camvinaga. The Galacticos were 2 goals down when he came on and picked the team up, bossing the midfield and setting up perfect players for the men in white to counterattack.
As per reports, the Frenchman will beat the likes of Jude Bellingham, Ryan Gravenberch and Ansu Fati to lift the Golden Boy award, in 2022.