The Hoops full-back is being linked with a departure from Celtic Park but many Bhoys fans don't want him to leave Parkhead.
However, after asking the fans what they thought of the shirt, much of the response quickly turned to the subject of Kieran Tierney's future at Parkhead.
Regarding the Hoops' new shirt, which is made by New Balance, it's a shade of lemon yellow with a subtle teal green tartan print across the shoulders and top of the sleeves.
The outfield kit, which also features teal green shorts and lemon yellow socks, is inspired by the Celtic's UEFA Cup run in 2002-03, also known as The Bhoys from Seville.
Brown shared a picture of himself on Instagram being photographed while wearing the kit and then posted the link on Twitter, asking fans what they thought:
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Loving the new kit what we all thinking?? https://t.co/CCXdPIrc9p— Scott Brown (@ScottBrown8) 24 June 2019
Some Bhoys replied to their captain on Twitter, though not all responses related to the kit:
I’m thinking you need to get Leigh griffiths to tie tierney to the goalposts.— Manus mcentee (@manus_mcentee) 24 June 2019
I'm thinking you better nail Kieran's feet to the floor— C3lticghirl (@C3lticghirl) 24 June 2019
I like it— Little Lisbon (@weelisbon) 24 June 2019
A new RB, new CB, cover at LB, Kieran Tierney and David Turnbull would all look quality in it— Marc McArdle (@marcmcardle1) 24 June 2019
Thinking you need to have a wee word wi KT!!.......— Dom Schiavone (@Shiv1888) 24 June 2019
but aye it’s no bad
Will we have any players left tonwear it?— Richard McGinley (@Richiestoke) 24 June 2019
Stinking. As is the home kit.— Daz (@weehairy) 24 June 2019
Like it but you need to have a word in KTs ear Broony— Anne Wells (@AnneWel22346774) 24 June 2019
Thinking it's time to see what Adidas can do.— Barry Layden (@MetalliCelticA) 24 June 2019
Never mind the kit captain wits happen with KT— JC (@jamiebhoyc) 24 June 2019
Broony you could boss the zombies with a boiler suit n wellies on .. please get KT in a headlock tell him 10iar is legendary making stuff— colin mcmillan (@colinmcmillan18) 24 June 2019
I hope you have told KT to stay with us for 10 in a row !!!— Neil (@NRKBhoy) 24 June 2019
Tierney is currently being linked with a move to Arsenal, The Telegraph reporting that the treble Treble winners have rejected two bids from the Gunners, both of which are believed to be less than £19 million, for the 22-year-old.
The report adds that Celtic value Tierney at closer to £25million, a fee which would make the full-back the most expensive player ever sold by the Scottish club.
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