Arsenal got off to an edgy start to this season’s Premier League campaign. The Gunners however, now have their feet well on the ground, after their sixth consecutive Premier League wins this term.
Give the man sometime, and he’ll get the job done. Unai Emery has certainly quenched every doubts from his employers and Gunners fans.
One of the Gunners most trophy laden period was between years 1986 and 1994 when they donned the Adidas kit. Between that period Arsenal were crowned Premier League champions twice, including one FA Cup and two League trophies.
Talks bandied about the Gunners possible switch of kits manufacturer, earlier this year.
The Gunners have reportedly signed a new kit deal with German sportswear firm Adidas.
Arsenal will drop former manufacturer Puma, whose five-year deal with the club will expires at the end of the season.
According to Eurosport, as claimed in the British media, the deal will be worth 300 million pounds, and will run until 2024.
The north Londoners deal with the German firm put them Arsenal in third on the charts for the most lucrative deals kit in football, behind Barcelona and Manchester United.
It is reportedly worth 60 million pounds a year, while Catalans Barcelona and United whose deals with Nike and Adidas are worth 140 million and 75 million pounds-a-year respectively.