With Puma set to take over from current supplier Nike as Arsenal's kit supplier from next season, there have been plenty of rumours about how exactly their new strip will look.
Former British sprinter Linford Christie seemed to let the cat out of the bag last month by tweeting - then quickly deleting - a picture of him with current Arsenal stars Olivier Giroud and Bacary Sagna and club legend Thierry Henry sporting what appeared to the new home kit for the 2014/15 campaign.
Now a new picture has been leaked onto the internet claiming to be Arsenal's new away kit for next season.
Fans will hope it is a fake as many of these type of pictures ultimately prove to be - the shirt in question is a horrific gold number with a large Gunners logo spanning the length of the shirt.
It was reported in May that Arsenal had signed a lucrative five-year deal with Puma worth £150 million.
If that figure is accurate, it means Arsenal's deal tops the £25 million-per-year contract Liverpool signed with Warrior.
Manchester United’s 15-year contract with Nike amounts to around £287 million.
Do you think the shirt is real or fake?*
*We'll give you a clue, it's almost certainly fake