Arsenal 2023/24 new kit leak as fresh images emerge in huge update

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Latest Arsenal news as pictures of the club’s new strip on sale emerges in Indonesia with Mikel Arteta’s side preparing for the new season after running Man City close in the Premier League title rice

Arsenal’s title challenge may well have petered out this season but there are plenty of reasons to look forward to 2023/24.

Mikel Arteta’s men are back in the Champions League and are set for a busy summer with England star Declan Rice a priority signing in the transfer window. And attention will shortly turn to which strip Arsenal will turn out in next season with Adidas ready to release another edition of the club’s home shirt.

Indeed, it may not be long at all until Adidas confirm exactly what design they and Arsenal have collaborated on with talk on social media of the home strip already available for purchase overseas. Photographs posted on social media platform Twitter show a mannequin wearing what looks like the new strip for 2023/24 in a shop in Indonesia.

The shirt is similar to ‘leaked’ versions on social media with a gold Adidas badge and striped on the sleeves. Black shorts with a white Adidas logo, without the brand’s wordmark and only the three stripes, are seen while the socks are white with a red band halfway up and ‘AFC’ in a classic font.

Adidas are continuing the renewal of their partnership with Arsenal having manufactured the club’s kits and training wear in the 1990s. Both parties recently extended their partnership until the end of the decade with Arsenal impressed with Adidas’ work since the German brand replaced Puma in 2019.

“We’re delighted to agree a new partnership with Adidas until 2030,” Arsenal’s chief commercial officer, Juliet Slot said. “The long-term nature of our extension means there’s a real commitment to build on this brilliant collaboration, with a strong focus on growing women’s football and developing our sustainability strategy.”

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