Arsenal are on the verge of agreeing a £300m deal with German sportswear giant Adidas, who are set to replace Puma at the end of the season. The Gunners current deal with Puma is worth £30m per-season, a deal they penned in 2014. However, if the new deal with Adidas comes to fruition Arsenal could double their annual earnings to £60m – making it the third most expensive kit supplier deal in football (tied with Chelsea’s deal with Nike).
The Gunners were previously partnered with Adidas from 1986 – 1994 and some of the kits from this era are extremely sought after, none more so than Arsenal’s 1991 Bruised Banana away kit.
Earlier this month Man City agreed a £50m-per-year deal with Puma, who will replace Nike.