Arsenal away kit for 2020/21 season

Images of Arsenal’s new Adidas away jersey for the 2020/21 Premier League season have been making the rounds on social media.

The Gunners are now in line to switch to a white jersey for the next season if the leaked pictures are anything to go by.

According to Footy Headlines, Arsenal’s latest design for their away season next campaign has a colour of a ‘cloud white’, with light shade of grey.

The jersey also features the Adidas logo, black-coloured three stripes on the shoulders and a red ‘raspberry ripple’ effect across the front of the shirt. The shorts have not yet been leaked but they are expected to be a maroon colour.

Arsenal are expected to official unveil the kit in July but that could potentially be delayed if the current Premier League campaign is still in progress.

Footy headlines are frequently noted for leaking jerseys of teams before they are officially unveiled.

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