The club coated their website in what looks like being the colour of their third and final kit.
Tottenham have provided a heavy hint on their website as to the direction their new third kit is taking, by implementing a new purple and white colour system ahead of tomorrow's unveiling.
With both the home and away shirt already being released, Spurs are set to show their final strip to the world on Tuesday, with plenty of Twitter rumours having swelled in recent weeks.
The North Londoners have often utilised purple as an option in their away strips, with the last kit using that colour coming in the 2011-12 season, and it very much looks like they are returning to it after changing banners, borders and headers on the site ahead of a promoted date of 04.08.2015.
Looking like the new Spurs strip is a purple one! pic.twitter.com/GyxY8e7eA3— Chris Growser (@Growserman) August 3, 2015
Earlier reports stated that the leaked purple shirt below that first appeared on Twitter, and was not unlike the training shirts they've been wearing in pre-season, was indeed set to be the third kit. However, just recently, an alternative dark blue and light blue was put forward, leaving a little uncertainty as to exactly what kind of shirts Spurs will be playing in this season if the first or second choice kits will not suffice.
Wich thirdkit would you rather have? RT for Purple, Fav for light blue/dark blue pic.twitter.com/vmkDox9XuY— e-Spurs Norway (@e_spurs_norway) July 26, 2015
Tottenham may end up wearing the new kit, whatever it looks like, in one of their two remaining pre-season friendlies, with a game against Real Madrid on Tuesday set to mean at least one side has to change from their preferred home shirt.