Liverpool fans have been offered a glimpse of what Mo Salah and co. will be wearing next season after images of the club's expected new home kit were posted online.
Recent reports suggest that Liverpool are in advancedtalks with Nikeover a long-term kit deal that would be the biggest ever signed by a top-flight side.
The club's current contract with kit manufacturers New Balance is due to expire at the end of next season and if this is to be the final offering from the American company, then they look set to go out on a winning note.
The rumoured home kit for the 2019/20 season is a slick, sleek effort that does away with theoversized v-neck collar which has been a feature of the club's recentgeansas.
Instead, the design for next season offers a simple round neck complete with white trim.
The new kit also sees a return to a more traditional red Liverpool fans are accustomed to,with pinstripes included in the overall look.
Elsewhere, the club badge, sponsor logo, liver bird and Western Union patch on the sleeve once again in gold.
— Danel Nielson (@fjonberg) April 15, 2019
With the new 2019/2020 home kit league i've tried to make a quick mock-up of what it could look like, bit rough around the edges but you get the idea :)#LFCFamily #LFCKit #LFC #Liverpool #Kit #TAA #LiverpoolFC #NewBalance pic.twitter.com/vSk295wSAO
— Muzz (@MuzzDesigns) April 15, 2019
It's expected that Liverpool will debut the new kit in their final home game of the season, when they face Wolves at Anfield on May 12.
The impressive strip will be completed with the classic red shorts and socks.
The only question is, will the right sleeve feature a normal Premier League badge or a gold one reserved for the champions?
The images were first posted by Footy Headlines, who are normally quite reliable when it comes to early kit leaks.
They add thatthe new Liverpool home shirt will be released later this month.
Last month, Footy Headlines also posted images ofManchester United's reported home kit for next season, which went down a storm with fans.
The shirt appears to be inspired by the one that was worn during Uniteds famous treble-winning season in 1998/99.