The new Celtic away kit for the 2024/25 Scottish Premiership season has been leaked online.

Images shared on social media appear to show the new yellow and green strip in an adidas store.

FootyHeadlines had first shared computer imagery of the new kit - which features a clover instead of the Celtic badge.

However, over the weekend a real-life image of the kit inside a shop has been shared online.

Posted by TheKitman, the strip is majority yellow with green and black horizontal lines, the traditional Adidas strips in green on the shoulders and with green accents.

A clover features on the left of the chest instead of the Celtic badge, with the adidas logo on the right.

The response to the new kit - which has yet to be announced by Celtic - has been mixed.

One commenter remarked: "Love a yellow away top. Wish it had the Celtic badge on it instead of that clover."

Another wrote: "Overall it's nice but personally don't like the clover design looks a bit cartoonish."

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However, another supporter said: "I like it it’s nice." With a fourth adding: "Stunning if true"

Despite the varied response over the design, supporters unanimously agreed summer transfer target Adam Idah would be right at home in the kit.

One supporter commented: "Happy days Adam Idah will feel at home in it."

Another said: "This is to make Adam Idah feel welcome."

And a third joked: "Desperately trying to appeal to Idah to leave Norwich?"

Discussing a possible move for Idah last week, Brendan Rodgers said: "Adam's a Norwich player so I'm not in the mood to be talking about other players at other clubs.

"But he's a player that came in here, and did exceptionally well, and we'll see what happens."