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Elsewhere, Arsenal fans are desperate for Mesut Ozil – who looks set to stay this summer – to be given the No.10 shirt. The Chilean’s German team-mate, Shkodran Mustafi, is desperate for him to stay at the club: He told Bild: ‘He is an extraordinary player, for me one of the best in the world. Mathieu Debuchy’s imminent departure will free up the No.2 jersey, which Shkodran Mustafi would gladly accept given he current wears No.20. Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil have given Arsenal fans fresh hope they may stay at the club despite major doubts over their futures, after the duo played a major role in the launch of the new kit. Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil both played a role in the kit’s online launch, despite serious doubts remaining over their futures, thierry henry arsenal jersey which offered Gunners fans hope that the star duo may commit their futures to the club after all.

Alexis, who has just one year left on his current contract with talks ongoing over an extension, has been strongly linked with a departure, with Manchester City in the mix. Aubameyang and Pepe are current starters in the wide areas with more than capable back up in Martinelli, Saka, Nelson and Smith Rowe. While I’m happy the 20-year-old is staying and happy his employers are showing so much belief, the choice of number could be a worrying indication. While speculation continues to surround the futures of Arsenal’s star duo, as they both enter the final year of their contracts, they took part in the photoshoot to launch their new look. This year’s look includes the Gunners’ iconic red shirts with white sleeves, while the home kit will feature a ‘smart but functional’ collar for the first time since 2006. The collar’s slightly darker red is taken from the club’s crest.

Arsenal’s famous cannon has been featured on the club’s shirts for 50 years and, to celebrate that milestone, it has been added to reverse of the new home kit, below the collar. Should Arsenal’s summer transfer window end up being as busy as expected, there could be quite a few number swaps before the 2017/18 season. Well, Arsenal have now announced Lacazette’s shirt number – and it means one player is almost guaranteed to leave this summer. Since then, Arsenal have posted a video on Twitter to further confirm Lacazette has taken Lucas Perez’s No.9 jersey, which is now available for purchase on their website. AL9 – not to mention the fact No.9 is printed on his shorts. The Gunners have confirmed that any supporters who have already purchased a 2018/19 shirt with Ozil old number printed on will be given replacement kit. Perez has been given No.28 instead, which all but confirms he will leave Arsenal this summer having joined only last year.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan was given the shirt no.7 when he signed for Arsenal two years ago but he is however close to getting sold and some other players will need his jersey number. Brighton goalkeeper Mat Ryan is interesting a number of clubs in Spain and France as well as Arsenal. Sanchez has been linked with Chelsea, Bayern Munich and Manchester City, and has made it clear to his club he has a desire to fight for major silverware as well as £300,000-per-week wage demands. Club legends Robert Pires and Martin Keown were on hand to unveil the new red home shirts, again manufactured by Puma, but Sanchez and Ozil were both prominent in the kit’s online launch. Highly-rated Spaniard Robert Sanchez has since taken the goalkeeping jersey and impressed for the remainder of the campaign. A slow start to the campaign will mean a spotlight on Smith Rowe, especially if the team are not making chances. A return to Deportivo La Coruna was once said to be on the cards but according to the club’s president, Tino Fernandez, the chances of him rejoining are “remote”.