LOL! Arsenal stars in Adidas ‘retro bruised banana’ kit [See Photos]

Arsenal team will wear a new kit, as the London club have officially announced their switch from Puma to adidas in £300million kit deal from 2019, 25 years since they last wore three-stripe brand

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Arsenal have announced a switch from Puma to adidas in a £300million kit deal from 2019. The deal with Puma has been worth £30million a year over five years. It runs out next year and Arsenal will double their money with adidas.

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The new arrangement will bring in £60m a season over five years and will be the first time the Gunners have had an adidas kit since 1994.

The cash injection will boost the transfer kitty of manager Unai Emery next summer. He has been forced to work on a limited £70m budget since he took over from Arsene Wenger.

The partnership will see Arsenal have the second-biggest kit deal annually in the Premier League alongside Chelsea.

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After the deal have been confirmed, in this post we puts Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Aaron Ramsey, Mesut Ozil and Alexandre Lacazette in the club adidas made classic.

The contract with puma is expected to end after this season and It has been confirmed that Arsenal will change their kit manufacturers and will soon sport Adidas on their shirt.

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The deal is rumoured to be earning the Gunners around £60m and the people at Dream Team decided to look at how members of the current team would look in the ‘bruised banana’ classic shirt (1991-1993).

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Considering Adidas ‘went retro’ for the 2018 World Cup in some of their designs, maybe they will look into creating a version of what is considered art by shirt aficionados today.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Would you like to see Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang banging in the goals wearing this?


Alexandre Lacazette

Arsenal wore the shirt from 1991-1993

Mesut Ozil

Managed by George Graham, the Gunners were unable to defend their league crown won in 1991, and finished fourth in the 1991/92 old First Division season

Aaron Ramsey

Ian Wright top scored for them in the 1992/93 season as they won both the FA and League Cup