Emirates have denied reports Arsenal are on the lookout for a new shirt sponsor with two years remaining on their deal with the Emirates.
The Gunners have been sponsored by the airline since 2006, when they moved to their new home from Highbury.
The stadium naming rights deal is set to run for another 11 years and Emirates only want to continue with that part of the contract, reports the Mail.
But Emirates have insisted they continue to support the club.
A spokesperson said: “Emirates strongly denies the rumour about our sponsorship of Arsenal’s kit coming to an end, which is categorically untrue. As a long-standing supporter of football, we are passionate about the game and are a proud partner to the team
Arsenal’s existing kit deal is worth around £30million-a-year, which falls short compared to their Premier League rivals.
Manchester United’s partnership with Chevrolet dwarfs the Gunners at £53million, while Chelsea are also ahead of their London rivals.
Top-flight clubs can rake in even more money next season from selling advertising space on shirt sleeves.
But Premier League bosses are sweating after Manchester City and Watford became the only clubs to confirm they have an agreement in place.