This football campaign is slowly ending. Top European clubs are now preparing for the next season. They are making decisions over transfer targets but also pay attention to fashion.
Ahead of the next campaign, some of the clubs changed their kit partners. Arsenal signed a new kit deal with Adidas starting in July 2019. Adidas will take over from Puma, whose five-year contract with the north London club expires at the end of the season. A new deal is worth 300 million pounds over five years until 2024.
A 60 million-pound per season deal would put Arsenal third in the most lucrative kit deals in football, behind Barcelona’s contract with Nike and Manchester United’s with Adidas which are worth 140 million and 75 million pounds-a-year respectively.
Manchester City, meanwhile, signed a new 10-year kit deal with Puma worth £650 million. Puma will earn the City Football Group up to £65m a season over the next decade. The partnership will start in July when the exciting agreement with Nike will end.
Some of the kits for the next season leaked online. Here are the overview with all the latest additions and updates.