How AI expects Newcastle United, Liverpool and Man Utd's kit to look next season

Newcastle United's kit deal with Adidas starts ahead of the 2024-25 Premier League campaign

There are fears AI could take over the world but we are not so convinced. Why is that? Well, take a look at how the technology expects Premier League clubs to kit out next season.

If these images are anything to go by, the human race is safe - for now - with some way to go until Terminator-style droids control the planet. In fairness, many of the designs look stylish but it remains to be seen whether kit suppliers will adopt them.

From a Newcastle perspective, fan excitement is reaching fever pitch about the prospect of Adidas taking the reins next season. The German sports brand last designed the Magpies' kits in 2009-10 when the club were a Championship outfit.

Iconic shirts like the "grandad collar" from 1995-96 remain staples of Toon supporters' wardrobes to this day. Castore were supposed to have a deal until 2025-26 but that was cut short following the Saudi-backed takeover.

Reports have suggested the Adidas contract could be worth around £40million per season to Newcastle. That places the deal as the fifth-most valuable in the Premier League, ahead of Tottenham Hotspur, Aston Villa and Everton.

Away from St James' Park, AI has also conjured up a few corkers for other top-flight clubs. From misspellings to getting the club's colour wrong altogether, the technology, in its current form, is merely for a bit of fun.

NewcastleWorld has used Microsoft CoPilot to create 20, erm, fresh designs for every Premier League club. The Burnley one, in particular, would not go down well with the Turf Moor faithful...