Arsenal fans are impatiently waiting to see the new shirt their heroes will wear as they team up with Adidas once again.
Arsenal kits have been made by Puma for the last five years but fans are delighted they have partnered with Adidas for next season.
Arsenal agreed a deal with Adidas back in October, worth £300million over six years, to start on July 1.
Those figures however are dwarfed by Manchester City’s latest deal with Puma that was announced this week.
City will pocket a stunning £650 over 10 years – the second biggest deal behind Manchester United’s Adidas partnership in England.
But Arsenal fans on Reddit are torn between the new shirt – with some thinking
One simply said: “That looks s**t.”
One fan wrote: “Just like to point out once again, kits never look good when they’re photographed like this.”
Another said: “Still looks crap.”
And another said: “That’s so bad. The kit is red and white. Not red, white and blue/gold.”
However some are willing to give it time, saying: “Don’t think it’s that bad.
“The trim on the sleeves isn’t great, but I’m pretty happy with the rest of it.”
And another said: “Looks great apart from the trimmings round the sleeve.”
And one was looking forward to getting a family discount on the shirt, saying: “sign me up!! so glad my bro works for addidas!!”
Some Arsenal fans aren’t sure about the colour though.
“Love the design, just want the red to be lighter,” one said.
Arsenal are battling for a spot in next season’s Champions League but Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Tottenham saw them fall behind Manchester United and allow Chelsea space to pull ahead.
Chelsea have a game in hand and their win over Fulham pulled them within a point.
“I am proud of the players, of our work and then you can win, you can lose, you can draw like we did,” Emery said afterwards.
“But above all, we played like a team, feeling together and pushing individually and collectively.
“After the adaptation to the match was good, our moments in 90 minutes, they were strong for us to think that also we could win this match.”