Date: 8th August 2018 at 9:00am
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have agreed a significant deal with that will see the company replace as the ’ kit provider from next year, The Daily Mail states.

A new deal will see Arsenal earn £60m-a-year, providing a boost to the club’s finances and seeing a major improvement on the current deal with Puma that has been worth £30m-a-year for the past five years.

agreement with Puma expires next year and rumours of a deal with Adidas have circulated for a while, with a fresh five-year deal with the new sponsors set to tie Arsenal down to a major injection of cash until 2024.

Arsenal’s last kit from Adidas ran until 1994, following a eight-year stint, with the giants then entering a long-term stint with Nike that ran from 1994 until 2014 before being replaced by Puma.

Honours won by Arsenal in Adidas kits include two first division titles, one , one Cup and one Cup Winner’s Cup.