After putting their controversial new home kit on display in their final Premier League game against Crystal Palace, there have been several leaks of other possible kits Liverpool could wear next season.
The latest leaks come from Footyheadlines, which show Liverpool's potential third kit for the 2021/22 season.
It appears Liverpool are returning to the yellow and red colour scheme which they have used in previous seasons, most recently in 2014/15.
The yellow look over the years has been adopted from the classic Crown Paints, Adidas and Umbro kits of the 1980's worn by legends such as Kenny Dalglish who enjoyed a successful period during this time under Bob Paisley.
The design is a yellow shirt which includes the Nike, Liverpool, Standard Chartered and Expedia logos all coloured red.
In what is apparently a nod to the flags of the Kop, there is a checkered red and yellow on both the collar and cuffs.
A touching tribute if true. The colours are described as 'Chrome Yellow' and 'Rush Red'.
There have been other recent leaks of all three kits Liverpool could have on display next season, These leaks included what Liverpool's away kit will look like.
Since signing a deal with the Reds, Nike have divided Liverpool fans with their kit designs. It will be interesting to see what fans will think when the away and third kits are expected to be released in July and September respectively.