Arsenal agree record £170m kit deal with Puma?

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Arsenal reportedly agree a £170m, five-year deal for Puma to become their kit manufacturer from the 2014-15 season.

Arsenal have reportedly agreed to have their kits made by Puma from the 2014-15 season in a £170m deal that would be the biggest in English football.

According to The Mirror, the Gunners have struck an agreement worth in excess of £30m-a-year, which could see the five-year contract worth around £170m in total.

If the deal does materialise, it will end Nike's 20-year partnership with the North London club. Their current contract expires at the end of next season so any official announcement with Puma isn't expected for some time.

The deal would eclipse Liverpool's £25m-a-year partnership with Warrior.

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