Arsenal's plans for the summer will hinge a lot on what happens in Baku this time next week.
After finishing fifth in the Premier League, Unai Emery's side need to win the Europa League final to qualify for next season's Champions League.
However, they face a Chelsea side desperate to inflict a significant wound on their city rivals.
But if the Gunners can prevail, it would be a welcome change for the team to be competing in Europe's top-tier competition once again.
One certain change that will be coming to the Emirates this season is the change of kit sponsor.
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Arsenal will now be sponsored by Adidas after signing a £60m-a-year deal with the German manufacturer.
The Gunners were previously with Puma, with whom they signed a deal with in 2014.
But supporters never really liked the jerseys produced by the company, with the last home shirt one of the worst in quite some time.
Thankfully for Arsenal fans, that looks like it is well and truly about to change, because photos of Adidas' first kit with the club have been leaked and they're beautiful.
A picture of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette wearing the home and away jerseys has done the rounds on social media.
You can view the image below.
Of course, the question has to be asked; are they real?
Well, the usually dependable FootyHeadlines quickly tweeted out after that they believe the jerseys are the ones that the club will use in the 2019/20 season.
Well played, Adidas.
The German manufacturers have clearly gone for a classic vibe with the shirts and it has really paid off.
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