Arsenal’s kit sponsors Puma also reacted on Twitter after the Gunners secured their latest signing of the summer transfer window this week.
The club’s kit manufacturer has received strong criticism in recent weeks after releasing the new home and away kits for next season which many fans appear not to bring interested in buying.
Unai Emery’s reign as Arsenal manager after replacing Arsene Wenger has been kicked off with a few important changes as the club looks to secure a return to the Champions League next season.
The club announced this week that Stephan Lichtsteiner had agreed to move to the Emirates stadium after the expiration of his contract at Juventus.
The 34-year-old’s arrival is a sign of the club’s intentions to not just rely on youth in the post-Arsene Wenger era.
And after learning about the news of Arsenal’s defensive signing, even Puma took to Twitter to react to the deal…