Inter have been asked to remove several elements from their away kit for the Champions League, including the snake motif.
The jersey was meant to have a snake – the Biscione that represents the club – wrapping around the front to the back.
However, it is nowhere to be seen in the version of the white kit that the Nerazzurri will wear this evening in the Champions League match with Shakhtar Donetsk.
According to the latest reports, UEFA asked for the snake to be removed.
That is not the only change, as the sponsor on the front also now only reads ‘$INTER Fan Token’ without the ‘By Socios.com’ additional text.
It is believed this is because the jerseys contravene the UEFA Equipment Regulations.
The snake is a general part of the Inter kit this season, as their home jersey has a large snakeskin print covering the blue and black stripes.
The away kit is white with the snake motif along the front and back.
By the looks of the jerseys, the snake has been removed, meaning it was on there and peeled off.