Arsenal have announced a new shirt partnership deal with Adidas to commence from the first day of July 2019.
Unai Emery’s men will dump current shirt manufacturer Puma after this season for the deal which will reportedly fetch the Gunners around £60 million per season.
The London side have been in partnership with Puma since 2014 in a deal worth £30 million every year.
The club made the announcement on their social media platforms on Monday morning.
Manchester United currently has the highest figure for shirt partnerships with a £75 million per season deal with Adidas.