There have been some suggested images (a.k.a photoshopped images) floating around since the reports that Adidas would become Arsenal’s new shirt manufacturer from the 2014-15 season onwards, but an actual replica seems like it has surfaced.
The design is reminiscent of the earlier 1988-90 Adidas style (see below), and will feature the prominent Adidas triple stripes on the arms using the standard Arsenal red as the main body colour.
The Gunners shirts have been supplied by Nike for over 19 years now, since their switch to the American giants in 1994, but a deal reportedly worth £25m has been struck that will see Arsenal return to Adidas manufactured kits for the 2014/15 season. Let us know your thoughts below
Here are the images surfacing on the internet of the proposed shirt design:
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Thomas Vermaelen sporting the proposed 2014/15 kit, however with red striped arms:
Retro style: The design is reminiscent of the 1988-90 strip: