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Arsenal have unveiled their new 2022-23 home kit with a zig-zag collar design and £5 from each shirt purchased through the club will go to The Arsenal Foundation.
The Gunners’ refreshed design will be worn in the season they return to European competition after the season’s break.#
Adidas has stuck to red as the dominant color, with the sleeves white.
The shoulders have stripes going up to the collar, which has a zig-zag design.
Kitt will make his debut on May 22 in the final game of the season against Everton.
Meanwhile, Manchester City are reportedly expecting Arsenal target Gabriel Jesus to submit a transfer request in their bid to leave the Etihad.
And it has also been claimed that the Gunners are ready to make a £35 million offer for the Brazil striker as Mikel Arteta hopes for a reunion at the Emirates.
Elsewhere, Arsenal reportedly face a battle to keep Bukayo Saka if they miss out on the top four this weekend, writes Anthony Chapman.
The Athletic claim the Gunners are looking to hand their star man a lucrative new deal this summer.
In other news, Hector Bellerin will return to Arsenal this summer with Real Betis chairman Angel Haro hoping a permanent deal can be struck.
The 23-year-old right-back has starred this season during his loan spell at his boyhood club where he helped the club win the Copa del Rey.
Betis president Haro has admitted he will be saddened by the defender’s departure, but hopes the pair’s paths cross again in the future.
In the end, Arsenal sold Konstantinos Mavropanos to Stuttgart after a £3 million deal with the Bundesliga outfit.
Mavropanos has been on loan at the German club for the past two years and has impressed manager Pellegrino Matarazzo so much that the higher-ups have decided to sign him permanently.
“I have always given my best and will continue to give my best for this great club,” Mavropanos told Stuttgart’s official website.
“The management’s trust and fans’ affection in Stuttgart serves as a great inspiration to me.”