Is this Arsenal’s new kit for next season?
Or are these simply mock ups made up on someone’s computer screen?
A couple of pictures are doing the rounds on social media of Arsenal’s rumoured new kit for the 2016-17 season.
The pictures try to convince onlookers that they are authentic, including the new Premier League logo on the right sleeve of the jersey, plus at the bottom of the images.
Other noticeable features include the giant cannon placed on the front of the shirt in a faded form.
However there seem to be several reasons to think this kit isn’t the real thing.
Firstly, it just feels too busy. The heavy combination of red, white and blue doesn’t mesh well, and the kit just doesn’t feel polished.
Then there’s the fact that the rumoured renderings have Theo Walcott’s name attached to them.
Will he even be at Arsenal next season?
Some tweets on the rumoured Arsenal kit are below.
@mikesanz19 Get rid of this kit and player
— Paras Sehrawat (@Paras_Sehrawat) April 6, 2016
@mikesanz19 please god no, it looks like USAs ice pop jersey during the World Cup
— Brandon Laver (@gooner4life10) April 6, 2016
@mikesanz19 worst part is Walcott on it
— Cameron (@IAMCAMERON99) April 6, 2016
— daniel matos (@lavandergooms) April 6, 2016