New Arsenal kit: Gunners' Puma shirt leaked online by fan in Macau
Pictures taken in the official Puma store by Arsenal fan James Clarke
Arsenal's new kit may have been leaked online by a Gunners fan in Macau.
James Clarke posted a picture of the new kit to his Twitter page, along with training tops.
His picture was taken in the official Puma store in Macau and though it could be a fake, it matches the shirt that was worn by Thierry Henry when Olympic gold medallist Linford Christie mistakenly leaked pictures back in January.
After 20 years with American sportswear giant Nike, Arsenal signed a massive deal with German brand Puma.
The deal is worth £150m over five years, making it the largest deal in British football history.
The £30m-per-year deal eclipses the £25.4m Manchester United receive from Nike annualy. Linford Christie mistakenly leaked this picture in January - the two kits match
Real Madrid's deal with adidas is the most expensive in world football, worth £31m-per-year.
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