Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester City are all gunning for the Premier League title this season, but they now have something else in common after all unveiling a new camouflage third kit.

Created by Nike in three different colours, the stylish strips, which will be worn predominately in the Champions League, all feature the camo design.

Summer signings Tiemoue Bakayoko and Antonio Rudiger were picked to show off Chelsea's latest kit, which consists of a dark grey shirt, shorts and socks.

Defender Marcos Alonso also posed in the new strip, which will be worn for the first time when Antonio Conte's side face La Liga outfit Atletico Madrid at the new Wanda Metropolitano stadium on September 27.

The kit also features an electric blue stripe on the shirt, with the same colour used for the players' names and numbers. The club's name is also proudly printed at the bottom of the back of the shirt.