It showed a yellow body with what appeared to be a grey trim; a throwback to the colour-scheme worn during the run to the 2006 Champions League final.
Well, it appears the secondary colour is navy for both the trim and shorts after all. Here’s Footy Headlines latest leak…
So instead of echoing the kit worn in the disappointment of 2006, it now, collar and cuffs aside, closely resembles the shirt we wore in the Uefa Cup final defeat to Galatasaray in the 1999/2000 season.
Still, at least it looks more ‘Arsenal’. We await official confirmation.
It looks as though the away kit has gone on sale at Puma’s official store in Chile. It’s a navy trim, albeit a very dark navy.
A pesar que Arsenal aun no la oficializa (ni la pone a la venta), Puma ya vende la segunda camiseta aquí en Chile pic.twitter.com/MSqSzMBAPr
— Arsenal Chile (@ArsenalChile) July 17, 2016