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.