Arsenal have reached a multi-million pound kit manufacturing agreement with Adidas starting next season, according to reports.
Arsenal fans are not impressed with what looks to be their new home kit for next season and when their new strip was pictured alongside Adidas's Bayern Munich effort, it did not go well.
Despite rumours over the past few seasons that Arsenal are set to move to Adidas when their current kit deal expires with PUMA, Nike have made a ‘significantly competitive offer’ to re-sign the Gunners.
Arsenal are in ‘advanced talks’ with Adidas over a deal worth in excess of £40m-a-season, according to an EXCLUSIVE in the Daily Mail that builds on rumours that have been around for a while.
Arsenal are reportedly moving closer to a mega-kit deal with Adidas as rumours surrounding a manufacturer move refuse to die down
Manchester City could complicate Arsenal's negotiations for their next kit manufacturer deal when their current one expires in 2019.
Copa90 presenter Poet, who sometimes works with Adidas, says he's been told that Özil is leaving for United and there's going to be a big Adidas campaign.
The colours of the new Arsenal 2018/19 away kit have reportedly been leaked, eight months ahead of the planned launch date next July.
Aaron Ramsey appears to have switched back to wearing Adidas boots.
Arsenal could switch kit suppliers from Puma to Adidas within the next two years, according to reports, potentially doubling their income.
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