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Liverpool’s 2021/22 home kit pictured for sale

Liverpool’s new kit for the upcoming 2021/22 season has been leaked, with images of it on sale spreading on social media.

The Reds will be entering into the second year of their Nike deal next season.

The deal is worth a reported £27.5million annually, and fans were in love with the current kits when they were released last year.

Fans have been clamouring to get a look of next year’s kit, and various mock-ups have emerged on social media.

Now, images of the kit have been leaked showing it on sale in an unknown store.

The kit has horizontal white stripes across the front with a different colour of red decor on the side.

Liverpool’s new home kit has been leaked, with images circulating showing it up for sale

The new kit is expected to feature the same tribute to the victims of the Hillsborough tragedy on the back.

It’s unknown when the kit will be officially released by Nike, but it will likely be unveiled before the end of the current season.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have four games to play, and it’s possible that there will be an official unveiling before the final game of the campaign.

Liverpool's new home shirt and shorts have been leaked
Liverpool’s new home shirt and shorts have been leaked

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Liverpool will be hoping to improve on their first year with Nike as their kit manufacturers.

The Reds, who won the Premier League title and the Champions League during their time with New Balance, have fallen to pieces this season.

They are currently facing the prospect of missing out on European football next season, and will be hoping they can do better next year.

They face Manchester United on Thursday night in a must-win tie for their European hopes.

United’s defeat against Leicester City on Tuesday ensured Manchester City were crowned Premier League champions, taking their crown back from Merseyside.

Liverpool have to win their remaining games and hope Brendan Rodgers’ Foxes slip up before the end of the season.




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