The Arsenal 2016/17 Premier League home shirt has been leaked online, according to a tweet.

In 2014, after a 10-year period with Nike, the Gunners moved over to Puma in what was, at the time, the biggest kit manufacturer deal in the world, with Arsenal believed to be receiving £150m for the long-term deal.

The first couple of Puma kits went down very well with the Arsenal faithful due to its style, however, early reviews of the ‘leaked’ kit display a black stripe down the middle of the collar – while other parts of the kit have yet to be displayed.

It’s unlikely that Puma will confirm or deny whether the shirt leaked online is real or not, as it will certainly add to the yearly hype as to what the new kits will look like.

Last year, the Gunners had Thierry Henry help reveal the new kit in what was an interesting presentation.