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It must be quite hard to get the design of a new football right: change too little and the design will get labelled as lazy; Change too much and it’ll get criticised for departing from tradition.
Arsenal’s alleged new kit has seemed to strike both caveats. The design looks very similar to this season’s garb, but the fine loops that house themselves just above the sleeve is an innovation.
Footy Headlines leaked the supposed new design and say that the design for next season is a lighter colour called ‘Chili Red Heather’.
The release of the images has divided opinion so far on social media. It will be the North London’s last season in a Puma kit and as a final blow-out from the company the design is somewhat adequate.
It’s not the only major change occurring at the Emirates for next season. Revered French boss Arsene Wenger announced that he will be leaving his post as Arsenal manager after 22 years in charge, and so a new face will be in the dugout leading the Gunners – and maybe in this new kit. Could it be the design in which Arsenal wear as they get a foothold back into European football?