Kelechi Iheanacho was among players selected to model Manchester City's new jersey for the 2016/2017 English Premier League season, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.
Iheanacho, who had a breakthrough season for City last term, lined up along with established stars like Kevin De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling and David Silva to unveil the new outfit.
A statement on the club's official website on the unveiling of the new jersey reads: "Manchester City are proud to reveal the new 2016/17 Nike Football Vapor home kit with AeroSwift technology.
"City start the new campaign with a new manager, Pep Guardiola, a redesigned Club crest, and our most innovative kit ever.
"Befitting Guardiola’s renowned attention to detail, the Club’s new match and training apparel incorporates cutting-edge Nike AeroSwift technology designed to enhance mobility, reduce weight and remove the distractions that hamper performance.
"The new home kit combines the club’s traditional City blue with darker blue detailing that takes its cues from the colour of the new crest’s text and trim.
"Two tributes to the Club are also knitted into the design: the word “CITY” at the back of the collar, and, on the inside of the cuffs, “EST 1894” feature as another reminder of the club’s storied history and reference to the new badge.
"The advanced performance technology in the kit is visible on the chest, where engineered knit zones create a geometric pattern that enhances fit. Smaller mesh shapes at the bottom of the graphic are in place to maximise ventilation.
"The sides of the kit feature a navy stripe that runs the length of the shirt and shorts. Expanding when the player is in motion, the stripe maximizes ventilation and reveals a subtle underlying City blue.
"White socks, with a dark blue linear graphic on the calf, showcase the club’s traditional second colour and highlight the most dynamic part of the footballer’s body."