New Arsenal, Real Madrid, Juventus and Bayern Munich home kits for 2020/21 season leaked online

Arsenal’s rumoured 2020/21 home kit design has been ‘leaked’ online and it comes with a funky zigzag pattern across the body of the shirt.

The adidas strip has been put online by FootyHeadlines, who have revealed a handful of reported kits from other big clubs across Europe, including Real Madrid, Juventus and Bayern Munich.

The Gunners’ kit really stands out though with huge arrow shapes emblazoned across the front. Arsenal’s long-time sponsor Emirates is still visible below the badge and adidas’ manufacturer logo.

Their classic red and white look remains, with a red pinstripe visible on the sleeves of the top.

A red and white striped V-neck is used in this season’s kit but next term’s possible shirt goes for a round white collar.

The north London side will be hoping for better times on the pitch next term.

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It’s been a tough campaign with Arsenal sacking Unai Emery as manager following a poor run of results. They have showed signs of improvement under Mikel Arteta though.

There is still the classic red and white on the rumoured Arsenal kit
How the rumoured Arsenal kit looks from the back

Arsenal’s rumoured kit is not the only one to be put online by FootyHeadlines; Real Madrid’s possible home kit for the 2020/21 season of course keeps it’s all-white body but has a pink camouflage detail on the sleeves.

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Meanwhile, Serie A giants Juventus have retained their trademark black and white stripes – but the black stripes look like they’ve been painted on, giving it an edge to what you’d normally see. There are gold stripes along the side to match the logos.

Juve are the dominant force in Italy, winning Serie A the last eight times

And Bayern Munich’s rumoured kit has also been uploaded, which doesn’t look a whole lot different to their kit designs in recent years.

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The Bundesliga leaders have a much simpler strip, removing the dark horizontal lines going across the body from this season. There are also three white strips going down the sides and a white V-neck collar.

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