New kits: All leaked and confirmed 2017/18 strips for Premier League and European teams, including Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea

Arsenal's 2017/18 home kit has been leaked - click the right arrow to see other confirmed and leaked shirts
The Gunners have not worn a blue away kit since the 2011/12 season
Arsenal's third kit for 2017/18 could include a pink trim
One rumoured Chelsea shirt for 2017/18 is a throwback to the crossed shirt used between 1987 and 1989
Should the retro shirt be used, the away and third versions will possibly use the same template
A second kit has been leaked for Chelsea
Liverpool have confirmed their home kit for next season
This Manchester City shirt uses a simple and clean design
Purple is a colour used often throughout City's history
A smart look by Adidas for Manchester United's 2017/18 kit?
This Red Devils' away kit is something of a retro affair
But this rumoured United away kit is an abomination
Tottenham are to set to have their kit manufactured by Nike next season
Barcelona's new shirt is a new take on their classic style
Real Madrid remain with Adidas, but change to a lighter blue?
Juan Cuadrado leaked an image of Juventus' new home shirt on Instagram
Bayern Munich's 2017/18 shirt includes white pinstripes

Still manufactured by Puma, the Gunners could turn out in this classic shirt next season. Rather than adding any designs onto the body - such as the stripe included this season - the design means this supposed 2017/18 shirt has a real retro feel to it

Friday, April 28, 2017

The 2016/17 season is drawing to an end, and teams throughout the Premier League and Europe and starting to release the kits they will be wearing next term.

On Thursday, Liverpool displayed thir 2017/18 shirt - a classy retro number sure to please the Anfield support - whilst on Friday a leaked image supposedly displayed the kit Spurs will be wearing for the next campaign.

So, what other teams have had kits confirmed or leaked? Click the right arrow, above, to see some of the rumoured outfits Europe's biggest teams will be wearing in 2017/18...