It’s kit leaking time again and with Arsenal set to leave PUMA for Adidas, it’s safe to say there is plenty of excitement around in anticipation of what the Germans will offer.
This latest leak seems like it could well be the real deal, although it is, of course, hard to tell these days such is the quality of the fake posts people produce on social media.
This isn’t the first leak we’ve had with some other merch making its way online at the end of 2018, including some Arsenal training tops.
The site, Footyheadlines, that leads the way when it comes to kit leaks, had a couple of images featuring an Arsenal backpack and cap that seem to have been designed by the German sportswear manufacturers.
PUMA, who chased Arsenal for years only to end up being a major disappointment, will replace the Gunners in their portfolio with Manchester City.
Arsenal signed a five-year-deal with PUMA worth £150m in 2014, which was highly lucrative compared to their Premier League counterparts at the time.
Since then, however, rival clubs have gone on to sign even better kit deals, blowing Arsenal’s out of the water.