Arsenal fans ask ‘what are we getting punished for?’ as home kit for 2024/25 season is ‘leaked’

ARSENAL supporters have not reacted well after their new home kit was “leaked” online.

The Gunners are currently riding high at the top of the Premier League as they look to end their title drought.

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Their 3-2 North London derby win at Tottenham kept them a point ahead of Man City in the chase to be crowned champions.

It’s still all to play for over the upcoming weeks but Gooners have briefly switched their attention to next season already after spotting what is allegedly their new home kit.

Having already had a mixed reaction to a “leaked” third kit, supporters were crying to “replace adidas IMMEDIATELY” when the “Lynx Africa” away kit was shown also.

Now fans have been less than impressed with this new number.

The renowned Footy Headlines dropped a front and back shot of what the jersey will look like.

It is largely white, with the sleeves covered by adidas’s three stripe logo in blue.

Then the centre, from top to bottom, of the front is red while the same colour also dons the back in a circular fashion.

And it did not take long for supporters to vent their dismay on social media.

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“I’m not a huge fan,” responded one before saying: “Arguably our worst home kit in recent memory.”

Another asked: “What are we getting punished for?”

A third wrote: “It’s an absolutely horrendous kit and they should be ashamed.”

Another commented: “All I see is a big red bottle. Are planning to take the bottlers joke all the way to the title? That would be epic.”

A fifth wrote: “Someone made these on Microsoft Paint.”

A fellow Gooner asked: “What is this?”

“I really don’t like this kit, but I can see it becoming a classic,” a seventh said:

Another declared that “this will be a big disaster”.

A ruthless ninth wrote: “Literally the worst thing I’ve ever seen.”

While a tenth said: “Has to be a fan taking a p*** and surely not the real deal.”

Mikel Arteta’s striker shopping list

By Jordan Davies

ARSENAL are stepping up plans to sign a world-class striker in the summer after their Champions League heartbreak.

Mikel Arteta splashed out £204.5m last summer on Declan Rice, Kai Havertz and Jurrien Timber.

But the Spanish manager accepts he needs a proven goalscorer to take the club to the next level.

And here are the players he is looking at to get the Gunners firing:

BENJAMIN SESKO (RB Leipzig, value £40m-£45m)

One for the future at 20 years old. Scored 16 goals for RB Salzburg in the Austrian Bundesliga last season and the Slovenian has carried on that good form in Germany with Leipzig this campaign.

VIKTOR GYOKERES (Sporting Lisbon, value £60m-£80m)

Been scouted several times this season. The Swedish striker, 25, is more of a traditional No 9 so may not suit Arsenal’s demand for flexibility but would bring a physicality that boss Mikel Arteta craves.

ALEXANDER ISAK (Newcastle, value £75m-£85m)

Impressed in his first two seasons in English football. The Swede, 24, has the pace and finesse to match his finishing ability, and Eddie Howe’s Toon may need to sell to balance the books this summer.

JOSHUA ZIRKZEE (Bologna, value £45m-£50m)

Dutch wonder  is attracting the attentions of clubs across Europe. At 6ft 4in the 22-year-old forward would have no trouble adapting to the Premier League and already has an eye for goal.

XAVI SIMONS (RB Leipzig, value £70m-£80m)

An incredible talent in the Bukayo Saka mould, currently on loan from Paris Saint-Germain. The future of the Dutch attacker, 20, depends on how much money his parent club want to make from him.

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