Premier League clubs release their new kits earlier than ever nowadays, with many sides sporting their new shirts for the final match of the season before the one they have been designed for. Others, however, hold their fresh jerseys back longer and fans can expect them to trickle out across the summer months as they count down the days to the new campaign. From Arsenal to West Ham, Goal will be tracking all the latest releases on this page throughout the off-season.
With star midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson possibly on his way out, Swansea City are eyeing up potential replacements. The Swans are said to be interested in Huddersfield Town youngster Philip Billing, according to Sam Wallace of The Telegraph. The attacking midfielder has impressed in his last two seasons with Huddersfield, demonstrating high-end potential and the ability to be a dominant presence from midfield. The tall 21-year old has received praise from the likes of Alan Shearer, and won The Terriers' Young Player of the Year award two years running. Should the Welsh club swoop for Billing, the transfer fee - said to be somewhere in the region of £10m - would likely come from the money Swansea
Richmond has played host to the Premier League for four years now: Crystal Palace, West Brom, and two years with Swansea City. It hasn't gotten old. 8,000 fans packed City Stadium to watch the bottom-of-the-table Kickers face off with a battle-tested squad from England. Though Richmond has struggled to find goals this year and are having one of their worst seasons in decades, they didn't fail to meet the challenge before them. And a crowd turned out to watch. As could be expected, it was apparent early that Swansea’s skill on the ball far exceeded Richmond, and yet the Kickers were committed to playing hard and putting on a show for the fans. Passionate defense and an ambitious midfield kept