There have been leaks online with the potential new kit at home in Liverpool for the 2021/22 season.
The Reds have enjoyed a miserable campaign as defending champions and will certainly give up the Premier League title in the next few weeks.
Jurgen Klopp’s men won the title wearing a New Balance band, but the American sportswear giants intervened and took over the mantle as a kit supplier last season.
According to Footy Headlines, the next Liverpool kit from Nike will have a modern design with subtle diagonal stripes on a red base with bright red cuffs.
The collar, which is currently green and white, seems to turn red in the front, with an overlapping style that is described as “Fossil-Green Dark”.
A new Standard Chartered logo will be decorated on the front, with Expedia and on the sleeves as new sponsors.
According to The Athletic, the Reds do not have a penalty clause inserted in their contract if they fail to qualify for the Champions League, but if they do not qualify next season, it will result in a “small percentage decrease”.
Nike has insisted on a small percentage drop in core revenue. In addition, Liverpool would lose the incentives included in their agreement.
Inclusions such as a £ 2 million bonus for winning the Premier League, in addition to a £ 4 million bonus for winning the Champions League or £ 2 million to complete as a secondary are included in the transaction.