Much has been made of Arsenal’s switch from Nike to Puma ahead of the new Premier League season, but I can’t remember the last time there were so many variations of leaked images of what a club’s new kit might look like.
It’s quite a big deal for Arsenal, you see, given that their deal with Nike lasted an impressive twenty years and fans always knew what to expect with their kits each season.
But with Puma it’s something of a mystery. What will the new guys do to the Gunners’ famous red and white jersey?
Following a number of leaked designs, it appears Arsenal’s 2014/2015 home shirt has been confirmed by a monumental fail from Puma.
The new shirt is scheduled to be officially announced on July 10, but it appears it is already on sale in official Puma stores over in Macau, China.
See the tweet from fan below, as he shares a picture of the shirt on sale on the other side of the world a whole two-and-a-half weeks before it’s official release in England…
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— Ernie (@JamesClarkAFC) June 22, 2014
— Gooner Updates (@GoonerUpdates) June 22, 2014