Arsenal's New Away Kit For Next Season Has Been Leaked And Fans Are Saying The Exact Same Thing
Arsenal's new away kit for next season has been leaked - with many fans thinking the design looks like blood splatters.
Mikel Arteta's side haven't had the best of seasons but fans can at least appreciate the kits offered up by Adidas.
However, Footy Headlines have leaked the likely design for next season's kit and it's gone for a bold look.
Check out the images below.
The pattern on the shirt is described as 'maroon marble' while the colour of the shirt itself is 'cloud white'.
Fans on Twitter have reacted to the design and it's safe to say they aren't seeing the marble pattern at all.
rumoured Arsenal 2020/21 away kit with no context pic.twitter.com/NFftlvfdUQ- Amy (@aej11x) May 28, 2020
Looks like blood on a Madrid kit- Mo:flag_om: (@MoGnabry) May 28, 2020
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Mabye it will scare out opponents meaning we start winning away from home?- Jihadi Ali :japanese_goblin: (@Artetas_Arsenal) May 28, 2020
If this legit as an Arsenal kit....whoever wears it is going too look like they've been a round with Tyson Fury pic.twitter.com/vhgicEp0Fv- Mark Goldbridge (@markgoldbridge) May 28, 2020
Convinced this who they got to come up with the concept for arsenals alleged new kit :joy: pic.twitter.com/IamF6hHQ6m- Johnny_da_G (@Johnny_2_the_G) May 28, 2020
It's certainly going to be a unique look for the Gunners when the shirt goes on sale in July.
This leak comes weeks after the North London outfit's home jersey was also shown off.
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 this season after signing a five-year deal worth a reported £300 million.
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