Arsenal TV were forced to quickly pull down a video that appeared to show a player - or possibly a model - wearing the club’s 2015-16 home shirt in the background.
A still from the video shows the man - potentially Aaron Ramsey, although it may not have been a member of the playing squad - standing at the back of the room wearing a shirt which, as the Mirror point out, is definitely not part of this year’s kit.
Arsenal are yet to officially unveil their new home kit for the upcoming season, although the shirt in the video is remarkably similar to images that have been leaked online over recent weeks.
Leaked images of Arsenal’s supposed third kit also did the rounds last month - and it shouldn’t be too much longer before the Gunners finally unveil their three new shirts for the 2015-16 campaign.
Arsenal fans, however, will not care what their heroes are wearing next season as long as they deliver success on the pitch.
Arsenal must spend this summer
Should Arsenal secure a top-three finish - which now looks almost certain - and win the FA Cup, it will have been another satisfactory campaign for Arsene Wenger’s men.
But it has now been 11 years since Arsenal last lifted the Premier League trophy, and fans are desperate to see that drought come to an end.
In order for that to happen, though, Wenger will need to get his chequebook out again this summer and spend big money on quality reinforcements in key areas of the pitch.
Big decisions for Wenger to make
Is Olivier Giroud good enough to help Arsenal win the Premier League? Is it time to move on the likes of Jack Wilshere or Theo Walcott? Can they sign Petr Cech from Chelsea to replace the unconvincing duo Wojciech Szczesny and David Ospina?
These are just some of the questions Wenger will need to ask himself ahead of what promises to be a pivotal summer in his career as Arsenal manager.
Arsenal will be expected to challenge Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United for the Premier League title next term, while also reaching the latter stages of the Champions League, the Capital One Cup and the FA Cup.
But which players should they sign in order to make that happen? Have your say in the comments below!