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Ian Wright Slaughters Puma…and Reveals Arsenal Are Partnering with Adidas

Ian Wright Slaughters Puma…and Reveals Arsenal Are Partnering with Adidas

Arsenal legend Ian Wright has slaughtered the club’s kit manufacturers Puma – whilst claiming the Gunners will be back working with Adidas from the start of the 2019/20 season.

The Gunners are currently locked into a kit deal with Puma, worth £30 million-per-season to the club, but they have been repeatedly linked with a move to German giants and Puma’s rivals Adidas.

And as we told previously, the new home jersey hasn’t gone down with supporters of the North London club, and neither has the bold mint green alternative shirt – and it seems their hero shares their opinion.

But, according to Wrighty, Gooners won’t have to put up with the fresh designs coming from Puma for too much longer:

Adidas already take care of some of the biggest teams in world football, including Manchester United and Real Madrid, but would Arsenal suit having their strips made by the German giants?

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