The internet is always full of rumours about new kits for the upcoming season. This week, it's the turn of Liverpool.
Over the weekend two designs by New Balance have been doing the rounds with people claiming it is the new home shirt for the 2015/16 season.
A picture has emerged of a supposed leaked official image of the next Liverpool hit, which introduces a white collar to go with the traditional block red design.
However, with talkSPORT claiming this one is a fake, we are now left with an alternative design which many believe is the genuine shirt that Daniel Sturridge, Philippe Coutinho and co will be donning next season when they step out at Anfield.
It is also believed the kits will be launched on April 9.
Other leaked images suggest the current yellow away kit will be ditched for a more basic white design, similar to the one used in the 2013/14 season, just without the loud patterns.
The third kit from last season incorporated white black and purple rather bizarrely. The Merseyside club seem to have realised that didn't work either and have adopted a more traditional black kit with red trim this time around, at least that is according to the rumour mill.
Warrior Sports, Liverpool's current kit manufacturer, are a subsidiary of New Balance and the decision was made earlier this season that the latter would now be responsible for creating the club's strips.
On the pitch, Liverpool laboured to a goalless draw with Blackburn Rovers at Anfield on Sunday in the quarter-final of the FA Cup.
Opportunities were at a premium throughout, with Rovers' Alex Baptiste having arguably the best chance of the game when his header forced a superb save from Simon Mignolet early in the second half. The replay is scheduled to take place on either 7/8 April.
What do you make of the designs for these Liverpool kits?