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Arsenal 's new home kit for the 2021/22 season appears to have been leaked online and it will be the third offering from Adidas, who returned as the Gunners' kit manufacturers in 2019.
Footy Headlines have leaked the new design, describing the shirt as 'a fresh look for the Gunners' and 'mainly red with white sleeves'.
The design has navy stripes on the shirt's cuffs, collar and shoulders and returns to a lighter shade of red.
Reacting to the leaked design on social media, plenty of fans were quick to compare it to an Ajax kit, with one writing: "We finna look like Ajax".
A second added: "Beautiful kit but the red should be darker + this gives me Ajax vibes."
"Are we trying to look like Ajax??" questioned a third.
"I don't know why but I'm getting Ajax vibes", added another.
Arsenal and Adidas recently launched a brand new training kit ahead of their North London derby clash with Tottenham Hotspur.
Ahead of the game on Sunday, which the Gunners won 2-1, they wore their new 424 training gear.
Guillermo Andrade, 424's chief executive officer and head designer, said: said: "We continue to see the sporting and fashion worlds collide, and this range is the embodiment of that trend.
"At 424, we make clothes for people to wear on the street – literally streetwear, and collaborating with adidas, to bring streetwear and football together is really exciting. Football was my childhood passion, and still something extremely close to my heart.
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"Having the chance to create first a formalwear collection, and now this travel and leisure range with my beloved Arsenal is an absolute dream."
Arsenal will also wear the kit ahead of their Premier League clash with West Ham United on Sunday, with the Gunners hoping to dent the Hammers' push for European qualification.
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