Arsenal officially put their 2015-16 home kit on sale in club shops on Thursday.
Naturally, this resulted in fans flooding through the doors to get their hands on the stylish shirts, shorts and socks before anyone else.
Many fans like to get their favourite player’s name printed on the back of their jerseys, along with their squad number.
However, this caused a bit of trouble in some cases.
According to an Arsenal-loving Twitter user, who claims to have been to the store today, Gunners staff are refusing to print shirts with ‘Podolski 9′, ‘Ospina 13′ and ‘Szczesny 1′ on them.
This leads us to the following conclusions – Lukas Podolski and David Ospina are on their way out of the Emirates this summer, presumably to Galatasaray and Fenerbahce respectively.
Meanwhile, it would appear that Wojciech Szczesny is being stripped of the number one jersey, which will be given to imminent signing Petr Cech.
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Arsenal are refusing to print ‘Ospina 13′ & ‘Podolski 9′ on new shirts & also advising fans not to get ‘Szczesny 1′ pic.twitter.com/aZFTz8QYq3
— Arsenal (@ArsenalGoals) June 25, 2015