Juventus are set to introduce a new home jersey in 2020, as they prepare to embark on a new campaign in the Champions League.
The Bianconeri are set for their first campaign in Serie A since 2003 and have won the last seven league titles in succession.
They have not won the Champions Cup since 2010 and they will return to the Champions’ League in 2020 for the first time since 1997.
It will mark the 20th time in the last 23 years that Juventus have played in the competition.
The squad will be led by former Manchester United player Marco Reus, who has scored two goals in his last two appearances.
He is expected to start at centre-back, while veteran Paulo Dybala, who made a move to Real Madrid in the summer, is likely to start in midfield.
Remy and Andrea Pirlo will start at right-back.
They will wear the home kit for the third time this season, having worn the home strip in the previous campaigns.
It has also been announced that Bianconera captain Andrea Pisanu will wear his team’s away strip for the second time.
Pisanu, who won two Serie A titles and the Copa del Rey in the past five seasons, is the highest-paid player in the club’s history.