Arsenal's first kits back after signing a lucrative deal with Adidas were immensely popular, but things are likely to be a bit different second time around.
Images of the Gunners' home kit have been doing the rounds, courtesy of Footy Headlines, and it's fair to say the design is not as slick as what they've been wearing in the current campaign.
The new style from the three-stripe brand sees a zig-zag pattern on the front and back of the shirt, with the Adidas logo, Fly Emirates the main sponsor again and Visit Rwanda advertised on the sleeves, which are patterned the same as Germany and Juventus' home shirts.
Having ended their association with PUMA, Arsenal revered back to Adidas kits for the first time since the early 90s after signing a five-year deal worth a reported £300 million.
But while Arsenal clearly won the competition for best kits in 2019/20, it's not looking so promising for 2020/21.
However, it seems as though Manchester City are trying their best to outdo Arsenal with a worse home strip.
The new home kit by PUMA, which looks like a mosaic you'd find in a swimming pool, is already receiving a whole lot of negative feedback.
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