After announcing their colossal ten-year deal with Manchester City earlier this week, PUMA dished out three custom boot designs to a trio of their leading players to wear in Saturday's 1-0 away win at Bournemouth.

PUMA have already got deals in place with the spine of the City team in Vincent Kompany, David Silva, and Sergio Aguero, and it was these three key players the brand used to further celebrate their new £65m-per-season deal with the club in their first Premier League game since the partnership was confirmed.


David Silva and Sergio Aguero were the men sporting custom PUMA ONE 19.1 boots on the South Coast on Saturday. Both players' footwear saw the standard red Formstripe logo replaced with a City Blue colour for a more simplistic combination that complemented the club's primary colours.

Silva's design boasted "Follow City" wording while Aguero's featured the number "93:20" in the font of Premier League squad numbers – this was a nod to the minute of his famous title winning goal in 2012, scored in PUMA boots.


City skipper Vincent Kompany completed the PUMA three-way by wearing a customised version of the Future 19.1 football boots. A new colourway featuring hues of blue wrapped around the silhouette, and PUMA added more bespoke graphics in the form of a globe and wording "Best team in the land and all the world". One trophy down, three more this season and it would be hard to disagree.


PUMA's partnership with Man City will begin this summer and run for the next decade.