ARSENAL'S rumoured away kit for the 2021-22 season has been leaked online with the Gunners set to wear yellow for next season.
Their home kit was among plenty of Premier League jerseys released this week, by FootyHeadlines.com, who have a reputation of getting their hands on designs early.
In their latest reveal, Arsenal's proposed away kit has navy around the collar and arms, with a red stripe underneath.
Interestingly, their crest is a cannon, opposed to the usual logo, in a throwback to the Gunners' 1989 away shirt.
Arsenal's rumoured home kit also has a new twist, as the kit features more navy than fans might be used to.
The adidas stripes run from the neck to the shoulders.
And the collar and sleeves also include a single line navy trim.
The strip is very similar to the 2012-14 home kit which also featured heavy navy stripes at the end of the sleeves and collar.
Images of the North Londoners' third strip have also surfaced online, which has 'a look inspired by the 1990s.'
Adidas adopted a similar colour to this season's third shirt, which is a combination of dark blue and black.
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However they have scrapped the spray paint design which was included this campaign.
The apparent leaks comes just days after their pre-match training shirts were unveiled online.
Arsenal have a history of producing some of the more popular shirts with this season's home, away and third kits earning rave reviews.
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