ARSENAL are set to release a fourth kit for the 2019-20 season, revealed Adidas chief James Webb.
The revelation was made at the launch event for the Gunners’ third strip – which even left Tottenham fans drooling.
But Adidas Product Designer for Licensed Apparel James Webb has confirmed there are plans in place to produce one more.
Speaking at the event in London, Webb said: “Yeah, there’s something in the pipeline. I don’t want to give anything away.
“Clubs are signing different sponsorship with FIFA or Konami for instance and we have to respect the partnerships there.
“The collection of jerseys that were released last season, they all fit under the FIFA umbrella, but now you see teams like Juventus stepping out.
“So there is something in the pipeline, but it’s geared towards Arsenal, not FIFA.”
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Arsenal fans will be hoping that the fourth kit does not look like Manchester United’s from last season.
But supporters can expect the design to bold and brave as it is a kit that the players will not wear on the pitch.
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