An image of Jack Wilshere seemingly wearing Arsenal's new third kit for next season has reportedly been leaked on the internet.
Rumours have been rife in recent weeks about how Arsenal's kit for next season will look for the next season, with various images claiming to be of the new strip.
One image of a dark blue Arsenal kit with three stripes on the lower half in particular drew the ire of the Gunners' faithful, and the latest image of Wilshere wearing the shirt suggests that it could be the real deal.
The Arsenal midfielder is seemingly posing for a promotional image to be used at the launch of the kit - which is designed by Puma. The Gunners penned a £30m-per-year deal with the German manufacturer in 2013, and leaked images of the home kit suggest they've played it safe once more.
One Arsenal fan said the strip was 'horrible' while another said: "I'd rather play in a Rochdale kit."
Cazorla wants to end career in Spain
Arsenal playmaker Santi Cazorla says he wants to return to Spain to play for Real Oviedo before he calls time on his career.
However the 30-year-old admits that is unlikely to happen in the near future as he looks to help Arsenal push Chelsea all the way in the Premier League title race this season.
The Spanish club has produced the likes of Juan Mata and Michu over the years and Cazorla says he wants to go back to where it all started before he hangs up his boots.
"It is the club of my home and I will be a supporter all my life,” the Arsenal ace told AS. "It is the club where I grew up from nine to 18. “I spent my career there, I learned a lot as a player and hopefully I can wear that shirt.
"In the short term it will be difficult, but hopefully in a few years I can do that. It is the team of which I was, I am, and will be a supporter of for all of my life.”
Sterling reveals he turned down Arsenal move
Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling has revealed the moment he knew that a move to Merseyside was the right decision for his career, despite the fact he had trials at Arsenal and Chelsea lined up after his first trip to Anfield.
Sterling was courted by a host of top Premier League clubs following a number of eye-catching performances in the QPR youth team, but he insists that Liverpool was the only place for him after being bowled over by the facilities that were presented.
"By the time I was 14, I had trials lined up at Arsenal, Chelsea and Fulham, but my Liverpool trial at Anfield came first, and when I saw the stadium and the training ground, I thought: 'Right, I'm not leaving here until I've signed'."