Fans of Premier League side, Arsenal have taken to the social media to react about the new jersey released online by FootyHeadlines for the 2020-21 season.
According to TheSun, pictures claiming to show the Gunners’ strip for the 2020-21 season emerged but supporters have called them “terrible” and “rank”.
The images show a classic design of red body and block white sleeves but the red area on the torso is covered in arrow shaped zigzags.
With Adidas and Emirates emblazoned on the front, the shirt is complete with manufacturer and sponsor details which remain the same as this season.
And it also has Arsenal’s sleeve sponsor Visit Rwanda printed on the left sleeve.
The shirt is a white round neck design and the sleeves have a double line two-tone red trim on the bottom.
Adidas’ three signature stripes run down the side connecting the front to the back which has also concerned fans online.
The back shows the white sleeves spreading over the tops of the shoulders and joining the collar either side of a classic look cannon emblem.
FootyHeadlines has released the images, supporters were quick to comment with their initial thoughts.
As many people were pointing out what they don’t like about the jersey.
Others too were happy to see a new look jersey for 2020-21 season.
Some fans also claimed that the jerseys have been on sale in South Korea.
See pictures below: