New shirts to be used by the Emirates Stadium side next term look pretty decent.
— Arsenal Edits (@ArsenalEdits) March 26, 2014
Arsenal will hope that these shirts will see Champions League action and no doubt the big money spinning deal with Puma, which kicks off in 2014/15, will help fund significant transfer window moves over the summer.
The five year deal with the German company will net Arsenal as much as £30m a year for the period of the initial five year run.
Arsenal are still within a shout of a Premier League title challenge though realistically can not afford to drop any more points and should they lose to Everton next week then they may well be caught up by the Goodison Park side in the race for a top four finish.
So there is clearly a lot to play for, as well as of course an FA Cup semi-final against Wigan Athletic on the 12th of April.
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