Man City don eye-catching double denim outfits as they travel to Real Madrid

Manchester City are en route to Madrid for their huge Champions League encounter with Real Madrid on Wednesday night.

And they have unveiled a new double denim collection as they ditched the tracksuits to travel to the game.

The entire squad were dressed in the eye-catching ensemble, which features jeans and a matching denim shirt.

The collection is part of their collaboration with fashion brand Dsquared2, with black writing on the shirt simply stating: "Dsquared 2 for Manchester City winter 2019".

The likes of Raheem Sterling and David Silva opted to button up the shirt whilst Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Aguero went for a black t-shirt underneath and the shirt unbuttoned.

Dsquared2 are known as their exclusive "Official Fashion Partner" and their multi-year partnership sees them tailor "exclusive pre-match uniforms when they travel to Champions League games".

They unveiled a winter collection last year featuring a black jumper and a black bomber jacket amongst other items, but it seems they have gone for a more eye-catching design for arguably the biggest game in City's history.

Their UEFA ban leaving them at risk of two years away from the Champions League has placed a new focus on their need to win the competition this year.

Pep Guardiola is placing an increased focus on the competition with their chances of defending their Premier League crown all but over.

They are set to be boosted by Raheem Sterling being fit to feature at the Bernabeu after a recent injury concern.

Ahead of the first leg of their huge last-16 tie, Guardiola has hailed Real Madrid of the "kings of Europe" and discussed his admiration.

"I know how difficult it is against the quality of their players. I don't know how many finals they have played in or how many times they have lifted (the trophy).

"For us, maybe Claudio (Bravo, with Barcelona ) has won the Champions League but otherwise we don't have any players who have won this competition.

"But we have the desire to be ourselves. We can win, we can lose but we must try to be ourselves in these 180 minutes we have to face Real Madrid.

"For us there is an excitement. We try to do our best, knowing we play against the king of this competition.

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