Real Madrid could be set to play in a grey and yellow away jersey for the 2015/2016 season if leaked images are found to be authentic.
The home kit is seemingly similar to all Real Madrid home kits, except next season's offering has three grey stripes on the shoulder of the shirt.
The change sees the the controversial pink away kit dropped, in a move Real Madrid bosses will hope increases their global revenue.
Madrid bosses will hope that a return to a 'safer' looking jersey will please fans, and supporters have taken to social media to voice their overwhelming support for the new jerseys.
A returning feature to the new kit's will be the FIFA Club World Cup badge, which marks Real's global domination during the past year which saw Carlo Ancelotti's side win four major honours, including the 2013/2014 Champions League.
Another change will see a crew-neck collar style return, replacing the button-up style that Madrid have used this season.
Champions League passage secured
Meanwhile, Madrid secured a last-ditch win over local rivals Atletico in last nights Champions League quarter-final, as Javier Hernandez grabbed an 88th minute winner.
The Mexican, on-loan from Manchester United has rarely featured for Los Blancos since his loan move from Manchester United, but "the little pea" popped up at the death for Madrid to give them a vital win over their local neighbours.
The win means Ancellotti's side will face either Bayern Munich, Juventus or Barcelona in the semi-finals, with the draw being made this Friday.
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