Liverpool away kit 'leak' emerges as supporters wait for Nike's latest design

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Liverpool fans will be eagerly awaiting the release of the club's new away and third kits.

The Reds announced their new Nike home strip for the 2024/25 season back on May 1. The new kit has the famous Liverpool red accompanied by yellow pinstripes as well as a red and white V-neck collar.

Liverpool wore the new home kit for the final game of the Premier League season against Wolves on May 19. The game, which saw the Reds claim a 2-0 victory at Anfield, was also Jurgen Klopp's final match as Liverpool manager.

With the new season just a couple of months away, fans are already beginning to wonder about the other kits Liverpool will release for the new campaign. As is the case in 2024, there have been plenty of websites and social media outlets that have attempted to either create concept designs or leak what the genuine product may look like.

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Footy Headlines have compiled a list of potential designs that Liverpool could have for their away kit next season. The majority of the concepts feature the same design, but that is no guarantee the real thing will look such a way when it is announced.

The strips on the site feature predominantly a black kit with an eye-catching teal on the sleeves and shoulder. The Liverpool and Nike badges are both white, as is the Expedia logo on the sleeve.

It remains to be seen when Liverpool will announce their new away kit for the 2024/25 campaign. Last year the strip was confirmed on June 30, so if the Reds follow a similar timeline fans could only have a few more weeks to wait.

The new kit will also mark the first season of the Arne Slot era at Anfield. The 45-year-old is Liverpool's new head coach and will be tasked with ensuring the club competes for major honours once again next term.