Arsenal 14/15 Puma kit "leaked" on Twitter

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A picture reportedly of Arsenal’s new Puma kits for the 2014/15 season being modelled by club legend Thierry Henry and Olivier Giroud has been leaked on the internet.

Puma will take over from Nike as kit suppliers for the Gunners from next season having agreed a £30 million-per-year five year contract. The deal is believed to be the biggest in Premier League history.

The picture, posted by British sprinting legend Linford Christie who is also sponsored by Puma on Twitter, was quickly deleted.

It shows Thierry Henry, Arsenal’s all-time top scorer, wearing what appears to be the new home kit for next season – which features a fairly low-key red with white sleeves design.

Alongside the Frenchman and Christie are two current Arsenal players, Olivier Giroud and Bacary Sagna, with Giroud wearing what looks to be a read-and-white training top with an off-centre neck and blue armband. Sagna is wearing an unbranded Arsenal hoodie.

Arsenal are yet to comment on the leaked picture.

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