After nearly six years of their successful partnership with Paris Saint-Germain, Jordan are reportedly looking to expand their football collaborations across the Channel, with a London-based Premier League side possibly sporting the Jumpman logo as early as next season.
Jordan and PSG’s collaborations have created some of football’s greatest streetwear moments over the last few years, with the duo banging out must-have kits and sneakers multiple times a year. With the success of the partnership bridging the gaps between football, basketball and streetwear, it’s only right that the brand expands their roster.
Only two clubs in the Premier League currently wear Nike kits and are based in London – Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur. Jordan are believed to be in advanced talks with an English club, and one of the London sides is likely to get the PSG treatment in the near future, according to a new report by Footy Headlines.
The Premier League is football’s biggest league in America, and with blokecore still running rampant through the States, an EPL acquisition makes perfect sense for the iconic brand.
After half a decade of PSG x Jordan kits, we have a small idea of what to expect from a partnership with Chelsea or Tottenham. Needless to say, when that first EPL Jumpman collection drops, it’s going to be like Nigeria 2018 all over again.