Liverpool away kit 'leaked' as images and videos emerge of potential shirt

The leaked Liverpool away kit for 2024/25
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Liverpool's away kit for the 2024/25 season has been leaked on social media as fans await the release of the new shirt.

The Reds have already made available their home strip for next season, which they wore on the final day of the season at home to Wolves, though are yet to bring out their remaining two kits for 2024/25.

Images and videos have nonetheless been circulating online, with various designs emerging of what Liverpool could end up wearing - and one colour scheme in particular has continued to appear in recent weeks.

Indeed, the shirt features a dark base with light turquoise touches on the sleeves and collar and off-white logos. There are obvious similarities between this effort and the 2019/20 third strip, which followed a turquoise theme.

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This could be the Reds' final season with Nike as their kit manufacturer, having been tipped to make a switch to Adidas from the 2025/26 season. Liverpool have been in a partnership with Nike since ending their association with New Balance in 2020 and this deal is set to expire at the end of the next campaign.

The current Nike deal is understood to have been worth a £30m flat fee to Liverpool, but with a healthy percentage coming to the Reds from the sale of Nike/Liverpool branded merchandise. That was thought to push the deal closer to £60m per season.

Speaking to The Athletic in April, Liverpool commercial director Ben Latty said: “As for Nike, given the sheer volume of kit we produce around the world and the distribution related to a deal like that, there is a long path leading to those types of deals.

“We are having ongoing conversations with them. I can’t break any confidentiality in terms of where they are heading.”