Images reportedly of Real Madrid's kit for next season have been leaked on to the internet today.
While the home kit, once again made by German manufacturers Adidas, will be white as ever, it is the away strip which is likely to cause the biggest stir.
According to images published by footieheadlines.com and reproduced in the Daily Mail, Los Blancos will wear a grey shirt for next season, which also features luminous yellow stripes on the arms.
Real Madrid fans have become used to outlandish strips having been forced to contend with orange and pink numbers in recent seasons. The grey strip will also feature a slightly altered grey logo, while the same colour will also appear on the arms of the home kit.
Both will also feature the FIFA World Club Cup logo prominently in the middle of the kits to mark the club's victory in the competition back in January.
The Real Madrid fans will care little about the kit as long as their side keep on winning, and as it stands their chances of silverware this season hang in the balance. They sit two points adrift of Barcelona in La Liga with eight games remaining, while they drew the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie against local rivals Atletico Madrid this week.
One star feeling the pressure in particular this season is Gareth Bale, who has been regularly criticised by his own fans. The latest incident came fans attacked Bale's car tried to drive away from Real Madrid's training ground after the stalemate against Atletico Madrid.
Local media also suggested that he was called a b******" by a waiting fan and told to "run more". A similar incident occurred at the same location last month.
Check out the pictures of Real Madrid's new kits below: