Frenchman wants his in-form players to be looking their best.
Arsenal head coach Arsene Wenger has made yet another great signing this season after it was revealed that the north Londoners have now teamed up with one of the most iconic fashion labels in France, Lanvin, to produce the Gunners’ club suits going forward.
The Frenchman is understood to be determined for his team to look as good off the pitch as they are currently looking on the field of play, which is why the veteran trainer has obviously gone to such degrees to ensure his players are kitted out properly when they travel to matches and functions in the name of Arsenal.
And with the Gunners also excelling on the pitch too, with Wenger’s men currently leading the Premier League by two points from second-placed Liverpool after the first 11 fixtures of the new top-flight campaign, you can understand just why Wenger wants his charges to be looking at their best.
However, Wenger need not be worried, as the squad all look very fashionable in their new-look suits, with the snappily dressed players just continuing what has long been an Arsenal tradition whereby the squad are dressed to impress, with previous manager George Graham one of the first coaches to really insist of this during his time in charge at Highbury.