[Photo] Arsenal’s Full 2014/15 Home Kit Leaked After Club Confirm £150m Puma Deal
A new leaked image has come out of Arsenal’s 2014/15 home kit following the announcement of a new long-term partnership with Puma this afternoon. See it here.
Arsenal announced a new long-term partnership with Puma today that will see the manufacturers produce the clubs playing and training kits as well as have the license to develop Arsenal’branded merchandise throughout the globe.
The five-year agreement, which starts on the 1st July 2014, is worth £30m per season making it a total of £150m and the most lucrative deal in British football history.
Following the news a new leaked image of what the 2014/15 home kit will look like has surfaced on the internet and as you can see below, it looks a spitting image of the shirt worn by Thierry Henry in a previously ‘leaking’ snap.
The latest picture has the full kit including plain white shorts and hooped socks and it appears to show the kit being displayed in a far more formal setting along with Puma advertising boards.
We’ll still have to wait and see where these images prove to be accurate as nothing official has come out from the club or Puma, but the kits look pretty nice to me.
What do you think? Take a look at the images and let us know….
— lasagnechef (@the_cannon) January 27, 2014
— Telegraph Football (@TeleFootball) January 27, 2014
Puma deal the biggest in Arsenal's history, worth at least £150m in next 5 years. Possible away kit: pic.twitter.com/TxZpKduuOB
— Samuel (@samuelj29060) January 27, 2014
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