WE’VE not even finished this season yet, but already teams are planing on what they’re wearing for the next campaign.
Premier League giants Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs have all had their potential kits leaked online.
While Europe’s top clubs like Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus could also be sporting new designs.
Let SunSport be your guide in leaked kits for 2020-21.
When you’re one of the most popular clubs in the world, rumours of new kits will always rumble online.
And the Red Devils have several mooted designs that Paul Pogba and Co could be wearing from next season.
There are two potential home kits, including one with a ‘bus seat-like’ pattern that has left some fans online baffled.
The away kit is a return to grey. Don’t forget, United last played in that colour when they were thumped by Southampton and it was dumped when it was deemed unlucky.
An ‘out-there’ zebra-like shirt has also been suggested with a red collar, but surely black and white would suit Newcastle more?
The Gunners are in somewhat of a transition under Mikel Arteta, so an outfit change might do them the world of good.
Two new Adidas jerseys have been shared among their fanbase, from a new simple home design to a blood-splattered away jersey that looks like something out of The Walking Dead.
There’s also a slight change on the sponsor with ‘Fly Better’ added to the Emirates logo.
After last season’s brilliant Adidas jerseys, this does appear to be a bit of a comedown.
We’ve just seen one Chelsea jersey leaked, and we could’ve been forgiven for thinking it belonged to another London rival.
For their third jersey, the Blues appear to have opted for colours made famous by South Londoners Crystal Palace.
A light red base with dark blue stripes that fade into the shirt, it was said to be inspired by the yellow and blue away kit of 1996-97.
It’s out with the old and in with the new at Spurs, but we’re not talking about any potential departures in North London.
No, it’s a new home jersey that features a jagged dark blue and yellow design down the side.
Nike have managed to combine the colour of the classic yellow away jerseys of the past into the collar too.
Half blue, half white sleeves do seem quite odd, though.
Premier League champions in the waiting, the Reds have a fancy new kit deal – and this is the first effort for it.
Nike have taken over from New Balance and have delivered home, away, and third kits that are minimal in design.
The home kit is minimal, with the subtle use of green on the collar and sleeves.
However, the ‘hyper turquoise’ away kit that’ll have fans divided.
Fans of the current champions have been left up in arms about prospective new Puma designs for next season.
After seeing the third kit, rock star Liam Gallagher went as far as saying the kit designers should be sent to coronavirus hotspot Wuhan for their shocking effort.
And the away jersey, said to be inspired by the buildings found in the Castlefield area of Manchester, was equally as ridiculed on social media.
Barcelona are always updating their home kits.
Next year, we’ve seen two that you may see Lionel Messi bamboozling defenders in – a clean vertically striped classic with a yellow colour that represents their Catalan origins.
And there’s a jazzy psychedelic design that’s also been doing the rounds on Twitter.
They could also be pretty in pink with this away jersey that features turquoise lines on the collar and sleeves.
Their La Liga rivals Real are also, rather bizarrely, thinking pink too with an away kit.
Made by Adidas, it features the famous white stripes on the shoulders, while on the sleeves there’s a zebra pattern finish.
And for their home jersey, they’ve added a pink stripe on the side, as well as the same print on the finish of the sleeve – but in pink and black.
The third kit for Los Blancos features a sleek black design… yes, there’s pink in it again!
The Serie A giants have had some brilliant kits in recent seasons.
This new effort from Adidas is no different, with the classic black stripes through the shirt designed in an uneven fashion.
Gold badges complete the cool design.
For the third kit, however, there’s a drastic change. Featuring an orange base with a splattering a black, Cristiano Ronaldo may stand out on the pitch for different reasons.