10 of the latest & freshest 2022/23 kit releases

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Arsenal - 2022/23 third kit
Arsenal - 2022/23 third kit
Manchester United - 2022/23 third kit
Manchester United - 2022/23 third kit
Brentford - 2022/23 third kit
Brentford - 2022/23 third kit
Inter Milan - 2022/23 away kit
Inter Milan - 2022/23 away kit
Bayern Munich - 2022/23 third kit
Bayern Munich - 2022/23 third kit
Manchester City - 2022/23 third kit
Manchester City - 2022/23 third kit
West Ham United - 2022/23 third kit
West Ham United - 2022/23 third kit
Everton - 2022/23 third kit
Everton - 2022/23 third kit
Ajax Amsterdam - 2022/23 away kit
Ajax Amsterdam - 2022/23 away kit
Tottenham Hotspur - 2022/23 third kit
Tottenham Hotspur - 2022/23 third kit

With new kit season very much underway, a number of Europe's biggest clubs recently released some stunning new playing strips for the 2022/23 campaign, including the two Manchester giants, Arsenal and Bayern Munich.

Chelsea and Liverpool remain the only two EPL "big six" clubs who are yet to unveil their alternative kits for this season.

Scroll through the gallery above to see the newest 2022/23 kits

Their rivals Manchester United and Manchester City, though, both opted for a bright green colourway for their third kits, although the shades are slightly different for the respective teams.

Late last week, the Red Devils dropped their vibrant adidas jersey featuring a zig-zag pattern on the collar and a striking geometric print across the jersey, making it very distinctive from their home and away playing strips. They wore it for the first time in their loss to Brentford on Saturday

The Citizens, meanwhile, went with a slightly lighter shade of green, with their shirt comprising horizontal black stripes which are faded at one end, providing extra visual detail. Interestingly, the inspiration behind the new gear is said to be the Manchester worker bee.

Over in London, Arsenal now boast a pink third kit for the new season, which the club recognises as a celebration of the strength, pride, and association of their supporters. The unique adidas jersey is the first pink strip the Gunners have ever had, and has a navy collar that matches the shorts. 

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Their fierce rivals Tottenham Hotspur also launched a bold alternative kit, which features an abstract, psychedelic pattern. The stunning turquoise colour is an absolute eye-catcher too, and makes the navy graphics stand out. 

Italian giants Inter Milan and Bundesliga champions Bayern recently unveiled their new away strip and third kits, respectively, while some other Premier League outfits, including West Ham United and Brentford, also showcased their newest gear in recent days – you can see them all in the gallery up top! 

Here are the biggest transfers that took place over the weekend!

Kayky - joined Pacos de Ferreira on loan from Manc
Kayky - joined Pacos de Ferreira on loan from Manchester City
Nico Gonzalez - joined Valencia on loan from Barce
Nico Gonzalez - joined Valencia on loan from Barcelona
Remo Freuler - joined Nottingham Forest from Atala
Remo Freuler - joined Nottingham Forest from Atalanta
Emmanuel Dennis - joined Nottingham Forest from Wa
Emmanuel Dennis - joined Nottingham Forest from Watford
Cheikhou Kouyate - joined Nottingham Forest as a f
Cheikhou Kouyate - joined Nottingham Forest as a free agent
Luca Pellegrini - joined Eintracht Frankfurt on lo
Luca Pellegrini - joined Eintracht Frankfurt on loan from Juventus
Filip Kostic - joined Juventus from Eintracht Fran
Filip Kostic - joined Juventus from Eintracht Frankfurt
Giovani Lo Celso - joined Villarreal on loan from
Giovani Lo Celso - joined Villarreal on loan from Tottenham Hotspur
Daniel Wass - joined Brondby from Atletico Madrid
Daniel Wass - joined Brondby from Atletico Madrid