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Leaked: First images of Arsenal's new-look home kit for 2022/23 campaign


 

The first images of the jersey set to be donned by Mikel Arteta's Arsenal in home fixtures next season have surfaced online on Sunday.

And some major alterations are incoming to the Gunners' look...

As showcased in the posts to have made their way onto social media across the last couple of hours, Adidas are ready to shake things up once more, courtesy of, amongst other changes, the reintroduction of a shirt collar.

In addition, the iconic Adidas stripes along the sleeves will take on a new colour, returning to white, rather than their current navy tone.

Remaining largely unchanged, on the other hand, as expected, look set to be the jersey's base colour, Emirates sponsor, club logo and Visit Rwanda detail across the sleeve.

Arsenal's home kit for the 2022/23 campaign is slated for release in May of this year.

Saka makes the difference

Word of Arsenal's upcoming look for next season of course comes fresh on the back of Arteta's troops returning to winning ways in impressive fashion just 24 hours ago.

After seeing a five-game win streak in the Premier League brought to a firm end at the hands of Liverpool, the north Londoners made the trip to Villa Park, for a crunch showdown with Steven Gerrard's Aston Villa.

And, when all was said and done, it was indeed Arsenal who emerged with all three points, courtesy of a solitary first-half strike on the part of Bukayo Saka:

Arteta and co, in turn, have climbed a full four points clear of 5th-placed Manchester United in the Premier League table, as the Gunners continue to justify their tag as heavy favourites to clinch the English top-flight’s final Champions League berth.

 

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Conor Laird

Conor Laird

Die-hard Juventus fan with a love for all things Italian, and a real soft spot for Arsenal cult heroes. Emmanuel Eboue, Nicklas Bendtner, Philippe Senderos... Give them all statues outside the Emirates.



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