As the current Premier League season inches towards its conclusion, thoughts are already turning towards the 2020/21 campaign.
The summer will, of course, bring the usual transfer business.
And for fans, new players provide the opportunity of wearing a new name on the back of their club’s kit.
Some sets of fans, such as West Ham United and Bournemouth, already know what their new kits will be like with the clubs having unveiled their 2020/21 strips.
However, there is much speculation over how the rest of the Premier League sides will look next term.
Here, we look at the leaks and official releases for the new season.
If the leaks are indeed accurate, Arsenal will be sporting a striking home kit in Mikel Arteta’s first full season in charge.
Featuring a much darker red with an interesting pattern, this is a very modern-looking offering from Adidas.
There is also a cannon embroidered on the back of the neckline, which is a nice touch.
Back in February, a leaked video appeared to show a concept for Villa’s 2020/21 home kit.
That video has since been removed, but whatever the club go with, it’s unlikely to stray too dramatically from their usual claret and blue arrangement.
While Villa fans are none the wiser, Bournemouth supporters know exactly how their players will look next season.
The Cherries have already released their new kit, which is once again designed by Umbro, featuring the club’s typical black and white stripes.
However, there is a fading effect on the colours further down the top.
Bournemouth debuted the kit in their defeat by Crystal Palace, which was the first Premier League match ever broadcast live on the BBC.
Of course, the next four weeks will be crucial in determining whether or not Bournemouth continue to model this kit in the Premier League or the Championship next season with the club battling for their lives at the foot of the table.
Like Villa, Brighton are holding their cards close to their chest with regards to their new look.
The club rarely push the boat out though as their blue and white stripes are tried and tested at this stage.
There are also no leaks or official pictures of Burnley ’s new kit, but the Clarets look largely similar year after year.
We’re expecting much of the same this time around!
Chelsea are set to sport a new sponsor on the front of their shirts next season, with mobile network 3 replacing Yokohoma Tyres.
The leaked pictures show a home kit that could easily be something worn by Inter Milan.
It is dark blue with a black strip down the each side and black trim on the sleeves and collar.
There is little to report on when it comes to the Eagles, who are yet to give any indication over what they will be wearing next year.
Everton supporters have reason to be excited for their new kits after the club agreed a lucrative new deal with Hummel, who will replace Umbro.
There have been a few concepts featuring second-hand car website Cazoo as the sponsor, but nothing official as of yet.
As for the 2016 Premier League champions, there have been a few different concepts floating around.
A red away kit generated backlash due to the club’s rivalry with Nottingham Forest, while one of the concepts for the home design featured three white stripes on the right shoulder.
Liverpool ’s latest kit is a big deal as it will be the first worn by the Reds since securing their first league title in 30 years.
Nike will be the manufacturer, with Standard Chartered as the sponsor.
The home kit leak from Footy Headlines unveiled a standard red top but with an interesting dash of mint green on the collar and sleeves, which sit well with red and white.
There are also suggestions that the away kit will be mint green, but we’ll have to wait and see what the newly-crowned Premier League champions produce.
City may be hunting down Liverpool next season looking like a team straight out of the 90s if their leak is anything to go by.
As per Footy Headlines, City’s home shirt will feature a striking mosaic design, with plenty of white to offset their light blue. It is believed the shorts will be either white or navy.
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Unlike their neighbours, United aren’t pushing the boundaries quite as much.
It’s red, unsurprisingly, with flecks of black. The Red Devils’ away kit is likely to generate more buzz, with an eye-catching black patterned design.
While the Magpies will once again trot out in their iconic black and white stripes, manufactured by Puma, the club’s away kit will look very familiar.
That’s because, according to Footy Headlines, it will closely resemble Manchester City ’s yellow and red away kit from this season.
If that turns out to be the case, it’s likely to attract strong opinions.
Little is known about Norwich’s latest kit. Unfortunately, it looks as though they will be wearing it as a second tier side once again with the Canaries six points adrift of safety.
The Blades are yet to give anything away about their new kit.
If Chris Wilder’s men can finish the season strongly, there is a good chance their new strip will be getting an outing in Europe.
It is a similar story at Southampton, whose latest batch of kits are anyone’s guess.
Under Armour will once again be the Saints’ manufacturer. This season, the American sports brand unveiled a black design across the top of the club’s usual red and white stripes.
Spurs look set to sport an eye-catching design with their home kit next season.
As per Footy Headlines, there will be a navy and yellow trim to accompany a striking patterned design, with navy patches on both shoulders.
According to the Athletic, Watford will part ways with Adidas and link up with Spanish designer Kelme next season.
However, there have been no concepts of what their first kit together may look like.
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The Hammers have already unveiled their new kit, which celebrates the club’s 125th anniversary.
Umbro have produced a safe kit featuring the club’s usual claret and blue make-up. The badge has a nice blue trim, while the sleeves are blue with a claret trim.
Champions League-chasing Wolves are yet to reveal their 2020/21 kit, but we’d be shocked if they stray from their classic gold look.