The Reds are in talks over a long-term kit deal with several manufacturers and it would be the biggest ever signed by a Premier League club
Liverpool have become the latest Premier League side to have images of their new shirt for next season leaked
Pictures of a possible 2019/20 New Balance kit have surfaced and it giving us a real 1980s vibe.
Jurgen Klopp’s side are reportedly in advanced talks with Nike over a long-term kit deal that would be the biggest ever signed by a top-flight side.
Their current contract with New Balance, worth £45million a year, is due to expire at the end of next season, while they are also understood to have held discussions with Adidas and Puma to try and secure the highest possible figure
If as expected, this is to be the last home shirt the American sportswear company, who took over at the start of the 2015/16 campaign, create for Liverpool, than they will have certainly gone out on a high with a simple, bespoke look, as shown by Footy Headlines.
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While the past couple of years have seen the shirt boast an oversized v-neck collar, the 2019/20 design offers a simple round neck complete with white trim.
The shirt will return to a more traditional shade of lighter red, while pinstripes are incorporated into the overall look, with the club badge, sponsor logo and Western Union patch on the sleeve finished off in gold.
With the season almost complete, Liverpool could end the season as Premier League champions and are expected to debut the shirt, set for an April release, in one of their remaining four fixtures.