The new Arsenal home kit from Adidas is nothing less than a thing of beauty. While the Gunners are yet to officially release their kits for next season, a picture of their new home kit being displayed in Arsenal’s flagship store The Armoury has been doing the rounds recently.

The Adidas Deal

At £60 million-per-season, Arsenal’s deal with German sportswear manufacturer Adidas  is one of the most lucrative in world football, and among the biggest in England.

Last time Arsenal wore Adidas was in the 1993/94 season and this association might bring back fond memories of their iconic Adidas kit that the side wore during the 1988/89 title win, when the league was won at Anfield in the final minutes of the season.

Massive gaffe in one of the Arsenal kits at The Armoury

Eagle-eyed fans have spotted a grave error in the picture with the jersey of Lucas Torreira having his name spelt wrong.

Lucas T-O-R-R-E-I-R-A was spelled Lucas ‘T-O-R-R-I-E-R-A’, a mistake we have witnessed about an year ago. Previously it was the Gunners’ official website that made the same embarrassing mistake but were quick to repent it.

Via Twitter

The 23-year-old Uruguayan, who played for Pescara and Sampdoria prior to joining Arsenal last summer, will look to cement his position in Unai Emery’s starting 11 after a season full of struggles in London.

The holding midfielder was Arsenal’s fourth signing under Emery who continues to strengthen his squad.

Next season will be a big one for the Gunners as they look very likely to seal a spot in the Champions League, with Manchester United going through a phase of transition and Sarri’s departure from Chelsea who are already facing a transfer ban.

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