Chelsea have only just launched their new home kit for next season but social media is already rife getting excited by what will follow next.
The Blues announced earlier this month that they would be cutting ties with current supplier Adidas in the summer of 2017.
That means the club’s latest design, which unveiled by Eden Hazard and Ruben Loftus-Cheek , will be the Blues kit produced by the German sportswear giant.
Many supporters branded the pricing of the Adidas kit a disgrace and complained it resembled a set of pyjamas.
The 2016-17 shirt is of course finished in traditional blue with white trim on the collar and sleeves, as well as Adidas’ trademark three stripe design on the sides.
It also features a new lion watermark on the front of the shirt, which is also emblazoned with the Yokohama Tyres logo, as part of an ongoing deal.
“Blue is the colour,” Hazard said with a smile. “It's good, it's new, I hope we can win some games with this shirt. Not too tight, it's good.”
But the rumours of a £60million-a-year deal with Nike would double their return on their current contract with Adidas and help them compete at the top level financially.
Manchester United would still have the biggest contract in the Premier League at £75-million-a-year but the Blues would not be too far behind.
Chelsea fans have already been mocking up designs for the 2017-18 campaign in anticipation of a formal announcement over the Nike deal.
Take a look at some of the concept designs doing the rounds on Twitter so far.