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Arsenal drop early transfer hints with the release of new home kit

Arsenal have dropped a major transfer news ahead of the summer following the announcement of the 2024/25 home kit

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Arsenal players Leandro Trossard and David Raya
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Arsenal have dropped a major transfer hint ahead of the summer with on loan goalkeeper David Raya among the players to model the new home kit.

The 28-year-old goalkeeper, who has been on loan from Brentford since August, appears to be a central figure in Mikel Arteta’s plans after an impressive stint between the posts for the Gunners.

Raya’s loan spell at Arsenal saw him quickly establish himself as the team’s first-choice goalkeeper, displacing Aaron Ramsdale. His stellar performances earned him the Premier League Golden Glove award, with an impressive tally of 16 clean sheets in 31 matches during his debut season at the Emirates Stadium.

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While uncertainty loomed over Raya’s future at Arsenal, with Arteta suggesting that a decision on triggering the £27 million buy option would be made after the season, the recent unveiling of the new kit featuring Raya indicates positive developments for the Gunners.

Arsenal goalkeeper David Raya

David Raya will join Arsenal on a permanent move fom Brentford at the end of the season (Image credit: Getty Images)

In a promotional video released on Thursday, Raya was seen donning Arsenal’s yellow home goalkeeper kit for the upcoming season alongside teammates Kai Havertz and Bukayo Saka, who showcased the new outfield home kit. 

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The kit features a redesigned crest for the 2024-25 season, with the traditional shield-shaped emblem replaced by a plain white cannon. The red shirt boasts a white and blue trim, complemented by white shorts and red socks.

With Arsenal eager to end their trophy drought, having not lifted a major title since 2020, the unveiling of the new kit adds to the anticipation surrounding the club’s aspirations for the upcoming season.

Meanwhile, on the pitch, Arsenal still harbour hopes of winning the Premier League title, albeit relying on Manchester City to drop points in their final fixture. Arteta’s side, having secured 27 league wins, are set to face Everton on Sunday in their bid for glory. 

Reflecting on their remarkable season, Arteta emphasised the significance of their achievements, stating, “It’s 27 wins in the Premier League, it’s the most in the history of this football club in 130 years. That’s not progress, that’s history.”

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