Arsenal's Granit Xhaka To Join Mizuno - Debuts Blackout Mizuno Boots

Sunday, 13 September 2020
Update: Granit Xhaka has debuted a blackout version of the Mizuno Morelia Neo III Beta football boots in yesterday's Premier League match against Fulham - his time with Under Armour seems to have come to an end, with the Switzerland midfielder possibly joining Mizuno.

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Xhaka Debuts Blackout Mizuno Morelia Neo III Beta Boots

Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka is set to leave Under Armour for Mizuno, images from Arsenal's latest training session suggest.

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Granit Xhaka had been sponsored by Under Armour since February 2016. Back then, the Borussia Mönchengladbach soccer player Granit Xhaka signed a personal endorsement deal with US sportswear brand Under Armour, leaving Nike. Xhaka most lately wore the Under Armour Magnetico 2 Pro soccer cleats.

Granit Xhaka Trains In Mizuno Morelia Neo III Beta Boots

Granit Xhaka laced up in the blue edition of the Mizuno Morelia Neo III Beta football boots. This is a clear indicator that he has already signed / is set to sign a contract with the Japanese brand.

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The Mizuno Morelia Neo 3 Beta football boots has a high-quality kangaroos leather upper combined with "Barefoot KnitCollar", which replaces the original tongue area. The 'Beta Mesh' wraps around the side of the feet - it is a lightweight material but highly flexible.

For Arsenal's 2020-21 promo pictures, Xhaka laced up in blackout Adidas Copa boots. But that doesn't mean anything.

Granit Xhaka would be Mizuno's most important player after they recently did not supply any high-quality players.

Stay tuned for more about Granit Xhaka and his possible move to Mizuno in the coming weeks.

Xhaka x Nike Magista Obra in 2015-2016

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