Arsenal will be sure to part with the Puma end of the 2018-2019 season. Starting in the summer of 2019, London Cannon will wear a new jersey from the German apparel company Adidas.
"Arsenal and Adidas have reached a match equipment partnership agreement which takes effect from 1 July 2019," according to the London club's official statement.
In the official statement, Arsenal did not mention the details of the contract with Adidas. However, the contract is estimated to have a five-year duration like the previous contract with Puma.
From the results of the collaboration with Adidas reportedly made Arsenal get 300 million pounds (Rp 5.9 trillion) with details of the 60 million pounds season. This contract value is twice that of the agreement with Puma.
This contract value is the third largest in the world after Manchester United with Adidas (75 million pounds) and Nike with Barcelona (140 million pounds/year).
Arsenal have actually been wearing Adidas-made jersey from 1986 to 1994. Together with Adidas, Arsenal twice won the league under George Graham. Before with Puma, Arsenal for two decades wore jersey and match equipment made by Nike.