It has been a long time since the last shirt printing was done for a football club, and the idea is back in fashion.
“It’s one of those things that you just have to see what the players and the fans want and the team want, and then you’ll get it,” said Filippo Perazzi, head of marketing at the Italian Football League.
“If you don’t see the players want a new shirt, you can just say no.
That’s the reason why we have this idea: to make it as easy as possible for the players to choose the shirt they want.”
What you need to know in the Premier League 1/8 The top five Premier League sides of 2017 1/16 Everton have a strong squad of quality, but they need to build up their youth system.
The club is one of only four clubs in the top flight without a first team.
2/16 Southampton have made a big impact in the last few seasons and are currently second in the table with 17 points.
They could be on the verge of a title challenge after losing to Everton on Saturday, but Mauricio Pochettino’s side are currently fourth with 15 points.
Getty Images 3/16 West Bromwich Albion have enjoyed a good start to the season and will be looking to finish above Chelsea and Manchester United in the race for the Premier the Premier league title.
The Baggies are second in their division but have only scored seven goals in their last nine matches.
4/16 Tottenham Hotspur have been one of the Premier Leagues biggest surprise packages this season, and have already won the league for the first time in seven years.
The Gunners are top of the table and in second, just a point behind Arsenal.
Tottenham are also in the hunt for their first trophy since the 2015-16 campaign.
5/16 Leicester City are also currently top of their division and have a good run of form this season.
The Foxes won the title in 2016-17 and are one of just five clubs to have won the Premier at the end of the season.
6/16 Chelsea are second-top of the league, just two points behind Arsenal, who they beat 3-0 in the FA Cup final.
7/16 Manchester United are top in the league with 19 points and a game in hand on Manchester City, who have only won once in their past 16 matches.
8/16 Swansea City are fifth in the division, one point off fourth-placed Liverpool, and are just three points behind third-placed Leicester.
Getty 9/16 Sunderland are bottom in the Championship with eight points and sit 13th in the English top flight with 21 points.
10/16 Norwich City are bottom of the division with eight, three points off bottom-placed Norwich.
11/16 Hull City are third-bottom in the Conference, five points off relegation-threatened Cardiff.
12/16 Stoke City are fourth in the League One with 13 points, four points off safety, with a game to play against Premier League leaders Chelsea.
13/16 Wigan Athletic are fifth, three behind League One leaders Leeds.
14/16 Fulham are sixth, one further down the table, with 18 points, six points off Championship leaders Manchester City.
15/16 Newcastle United are eighth, with 14 points, three more than the relegation zone team Southampton.
16/16 Derby County are ninth, with 12 points, two behind Premier League relegation zone Newcastle.
1/32 The top 5 Premier League clubs of 2017 The top 10 Premier League teams of 2017 Getty Images 2/32 Southampton, Newcastle, Norwich and Stoke are all still alive after their FA Cup victory, and could still be in the running for the title.
Getty 3/32 West Brom and West Ham are also still in the title race, with three of their six games remaining.
Getty 4/32 Swansea and Manchester City are both battling to stay up and are battling to keep their place in the Champions League.
Getty 5/32 Leicester and Tottenham could still qualify for the Champions Leagues.
Getty 6/32 Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester Arsenal are fighting for the top four spots.
Getty 7/32 Norwich and Sunderland could still go up, as well as Southampton and Stoke.
Getty 8/32 Manchester City and Arsenal could still miss out on the Champions’ League and Europa League.
9/32 Hull and Sunderland have both lost their opening two games in the Barclays Premier League, but could still win the title on Saturday.
10 10/32 Stoke and Manchester Forest are both fighting for survival, while West Brom have lost their last three matches.
11 12/32 Arsenal are in the relegation battle, but have still managed to get their season under way with five points from their last six games.
13 14/32 Newcastle United have dropped points from last week, with their only win coming away to Manchester City last Saturday.
15 16/32 Tottenham Hotspot are in