Arsenal set to leave Puma for new kit manufacturer
Arsenal are set to leave Puma and move to a new shirt provider when the current deal expires in two years time.
According to the Mail, the club could well end up with Adidas who are looking for a club in London after Chelsea switched to Nike.
The club would be looking for a deal that would match the £60m per season that Chelsea are getting in that deal though.
That would be double what the club are currently receiving from Puma.
Many fans would be delighted with the move, particularly if Adidas could recreate some of the kits from the late 80s and early 90s such as the famous bruised banana kit.
Puma recently revealed the three kits Arsenal would be playing in this season. The home kit is of course a traditional red and white.
The away kit is blue for the first time since moving to Puma from Nike.
The cup kit is grey and pink.