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Photo: Xhaka may have accidentally 'leaked' Arsenal's 2022/23 home kit

It’s that time of the year again when social media is filled with pictures of rumoured Arsenal home and away kits for the new season.

Adidas have been absolutely unbelievable with us over the last few years. Their recreation of the Bruised Banana kit is still the highlight, while every other one they’ve released so far has been brilliant too.

As we approach the summer, multiple supposedly ‘leaked’ designs have made their way onto social media and Granit Xhaka may have just been spotted wearing our rumoured home kit for the 2022/23 season.

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Xhaka may have accidentally ‘leaked’ Arsenal’s 2022/23 home kit

Of all the supposed ‘leaked’ designs on the internet, the one that has made the most noise is our apparent home kit for next season.

It’s very similar to the one Arsenal are wearing this campaign, but it features a red zig-zag pattern on the collar.

Xhaka paid a visit to Chip Inn Fish Bar this week, the one made popular by Aaron Ramsdale recently. He stayed for pictures with members of the restaurant and one Arsenal fan spotted what he may have been wearing underneath his jacket.

Yep, you guessed it right. The pattern on the shirt Xhaka was wearing featured the exact same zig-zag design on the collar. Fans think the Swiss international has accidentally confirmed the kit.

Change in fortunes

There probably hasn’t been a player in Arsenal’s history who has been criticised more than Xhaka. The Swiss international has constantly been under scrutiny and every mistake he has made has been blown out of proportion.

Things, thankfully, have changed for the former Borussia Monchengladbach man.

Every Arsenal fan is now seeing how important Xhaka is to our team. Without him, we look clueless and his performances since the turn of the year have mostly been magnificent.

Gooners are fully behind Xhaka now and we must say, it’s about time.

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