​Reigning Premier League champions ​Manchester City became the latest club to jump into the ongoing trend of ​launching Nike mashup kits which claims to 'pay homage to some of City’s best-loved kits over the past six years'.


After recent mashup kits launched by FC Barcelona and Inter Milan, City have got into the act of doing so themselves.


They tweeted their new mashup kit as below:




The strictly limited and numbered shirt will be released in mid April with only 6000 shirts set to be made available via current kit supplier Nike.


Fans across social media were distraught at this kit and had their own ways to express their discontent, which was hilarious nonetheless. Here are the best twitter reactions from this post by Manchester City:






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Only 6,000 of the Nike x Manchester City celebration jerseys - each individually numbered - have been made and will be available from 10 April on Nike.com and at selected retailers.


The 2017/18 home shirt, worn when City became the first Premier League club to record 100 points in a single season, and the 2013/14 third shirt, from the Premier League and League Cup double winning campaign, are just two to feature in the 'mash-up'.


This season's striking navy blue away shirt also features prominently. Having first joined the City youth ranks as a young school boy in 2009, home grown starlet Phil Foden has worn all nine shirts honoured at one time or another.


"My personal favourite is the home jersey from last season. I made my debut wearing that, so it means a lot me," the 18-year-old explained. "It's great because the fans will be able to point out the jerseys and relive the memories created in them."


The shirt will debut as a pre-match option for the Premier League clash against Fulham next weekend and will continue to be worn for the remainder of the season.


City began their partnership with Nike in 2013, with this the last City shirt made by the merchandising giant as the six-year relationship comes to an end. As of next season, City shirts will be supplied by Puma.