Arsenal have launched a red and white Christmas jumper for Gunners fans to proudly sport over the festive season, with star man Alexis Sanchez drafted in to model the festive garment that's part of a charity appeal.
Sanchez was snapped in the fetching festive number earlier this week, forming part of a campaign that will see 20% of all proceeds from sales of Arsenal's effort at Christmas cheer go to Save the Children.
There's also a version for the ladies, featuring a reindeer rather than a snowman, but it may take more than zany jumpers to lift growing gloom around the Emirates if results don't improve over the hectic Christmas period.
Sanchez the shining light at Arsenal this season
It's hardly surprising that Arsenal picked Sanchez to launch their bid for Christmas cash from supporters, after an incredible start to the season from the £35million man.
Sanchez has smashed home eight goals in just 10 Premier League games and a total of 12 goals in all competitions, which begs the question just what star would Arsenal's Champions League charge be without their new South American talisman?
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Man United clash could change season
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger now faces an anxious wait to see if Sanchez returns from international duty ready to face Manchester United next weekend, in a clash that could well define the seasons of both under-performing clubs.
Sanchez has a potentially bruising friendly against Uruguay to prepare for before considering how to exploit United's creaky defence, but Arsenal simply cannot afford to lose their new superstar for any length of current time given their current indifferent form.
If the 25-year-old does the business against United then expect the Christmas jumper Sanchez modelled to fly off the shelves of the Armoury store soon after, but Arsenal desperately need other players to step up and help the ex-Barcelona forward shine this season.