Reports are out claiming that Arsenal intend to change shirts every season with new kit partners Puma.
The Daily Mail revealed that Arsenal the club’s merchandising code of conduct stated at the start of last week that the home strip would stay in place for a “minimum of two years”.
But that promise was no longer there last Thursday when the club launched their Puma kit. Now home, away and third-choice strips last just one campaign — with the amended charter dating from the Puma launch saying: “Kits will have a life-span of one season.”
“We changed the charter for transparency reasons,” said a club spokesman. “There is a huge demand from our fans for new kit every year, similar to other clubs.”