Images of Liverpool's 2021/2022 training kit have been leaked, with the range barring a startling resemblance to Roma's club colours.
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Images of the products come courtesy of Footy Headlines, who have provided us with plenty of leaks in the past. The training range is refreshingly simple, proving that less is more. Just two colours are used for most of the six products and, fittingly, they are both shades of red.
The main colour is a deep maroon, while subtle detailing is added in a pinkish red. This includes a monochrome club crest, as well as the logos of Nike and sponsor. At this point we should probably address the elephant in the room. Yes, it does look a lot like a Roma kit at first glance. Not that there is anything wrong with that of course.
One of the most popular items when the range drops in July is likely to be the training shirt. As well as this, supporters will be able to get their hands on a training jersey, which features a half zip.
Other products include a full zip tracksuit top with matching bottoms, a hoodie - that has a crazy looking pocket in the midsection - and lastly, a polo shirt.
The last of these items mixes things up slightly. While the main colour used is the same deep maroon of the other garments, its triple tipped collar features orange, green and white lines. The white monochrome logos further differentiate from the rest of the range.