It looks like Arsenal could be in line for a big-money transfer, with their current kit suppliers Puma apparently about to make-way for German giants Adidas.
The Gunners only signed with Puma back in 2013 after spending two decades with American behemoth Nike, but it now appears the hierarchy at the Emirates is keen to improve its current terms.
Arsenal’s Puma deal is set to run out in the summer of 2018 and the Mirror is claiming Adidas are willing to offer around double the £30 million per-season that Puma currently pay for the rights to make the iconic red and white shirt.
When Arsenal signed on with Puma, it was the biggest kit sponsorship deal in Britain, but a lot has changed in the following four years.
Manchester United, Chelsea and even Tottenham have all signed sizeable kit deals dwarfing Arsenal’s.
How do you think an Arsenal Adidas home shirt would look? Would you buy it?