The Gunners have signed a four-year deal with the company Kashtan to supply office supplies to the English Premier League champions, according to reports.
The deal will see Kashtan become Arsenal’s commercial supplier for the first time, with the French company’s founder and CEO Jean-Pierre Kashtan set to take over as chairman of the new Arsenal Football Club.
According to La Libre Belgique, the French sports newspaper, Kashtan will provide a range of office supplies for Arsenal, including office chairs, desks, printers, monitors and printers for the club’s stadium, and an array of office furniture, including tables and chairs.
“Arsenal have been very active in supporting Kashtan through the sponsorship of the Emirates Stadium, and the company’s business model is the same,” a statement from Arsenal said.
“As part of this agreement, Arsenal will work with Kashtan in the commercial sector.
The agreement includes a total of up to five years and is expected to be finalised in the summer.”
Arsenal are the fourth major European club to have signed an official sponsorship deal with Kashtans brand.
Paris Saint-Germain are the other two, while Bayern Munich have signed agreements with both German and Swiss brands.