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Neymar chanelled Michael Jordan as he modelled the new branded basketball jersey.

PSG have finally unveiled the hotly-anticipated fruits of their collaborative labour with the Jordan Brand.

The new collection revolves around the Parisian club’s new alternative kits for the 2018-19 season, which sees the standard Nike branding replaced with Jordan’s iconic “Jumpman” logo — the famous silhouette of eponymous brand originator and NBA legend Michael Jordan.

PSG and Jordan have been working together for several years but this marks the first time the pair have produced a special edition football kit that will actually be worn in competitive matches.

“Jordan Brand and Paris Saint-Germain share a distinct position in sport and style, so to partner with the club is a natural fit,” said Michael Jordan himself.

The new third and fourth strips are svelte, contrasting black and white designs — both featuring subtle flecks of red here and there as a nod to the Jordan brand’s heritage colours.

Jordan released a line of branded boots as part of a partnership with Paris Saint-Germain
After his basketball heroics and a brief foray in baseball, Jordan will now grace the football pitch via the branded boots.

Alongside various items of streetwear, also included in the collection are a brand new pair of limited edition Nike Phantom VSN boots as well as a corresponding pair of PSG-themed Air Jordan 1 basketball sneakers.

Jordan released a line of branded sneakers as part of a partnership with Paris Saint-Germain
Paris Saint-Germain fans can now wear these special edition Air Jordan hi-tops.

The Jordan Brand x Paris Saint-Germain collection is released on Sept. 14 with PSG then formally debuting their new kits in the Champions League clash at Liverpool on four days later.





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