The potential Scotland home jersey for 2020 has been leaked online.

Steve Clarke named his 25-man squad for a Euro 2020 double-header against Cyprus and Kazakhstan next week.

But while some fans complained about personnel in Clarke's team including the omission of Kieran Tierney and the reintroduction of Steven Naismith, others were more focused on the jersey they may be wearing from next year.

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Posting on social media, one Twitter user shared a snap of the potential shirt.

The fan wrote: "Allegedly this is the new @ScotlandNT home top for 2020 #TartanArmy #DontShootTheMessenger".

The post has only been shared a handful of times - but some supporters still weren't too happy with the potential kit.

Glasgow Times:

One said: "Erm, not too sure."

Another commented: "Boggin'. Absolutely boggin'."

One wrote: "Red and white trim looks out of place & the rest is pretty poor too - not impressed".

A fourth added: "wtf is that on the sleeves! not diggin that at all".

Other fans were happy to reserve judgement to see it on the players.

One said: "Not sure what I think, will see it up close."