Arsenal are to unveil statues of three of the club's greatest-ever heroes at The Emirates Stadium on Friday.
But you don't have to wait until then to discover the identities of the three giants of the game chosen for the honour, because the Daily Telegraph has leaked their identities.
Tony Adams, Thierry Henry and Herbert Chapman are the trio chosen.
||Legendary defender Tony Adams captained the Gunners to five league titles across three different decades, making nearly 700 appearances in 19 years at the club despite years of battling his off-pitch demons.|
||French striker Thierry Henry is the second statue. Henry was plucked from relative obscurity by current Gunners boss Arsene Wenger, but was a huge
hit at the club and scored a club record 226 goals in 370 appearances.
||Herbert Chapman is the iconic manager credited with first making Arsenal a force in the English game. He had already made Huddersfield both league and FA Cup champions, and did the same with Arsenal as he
revolutionised the approach to football training and tactics. He also championing modern developments such as shirt numbers and evening
matches being played under floodlights, before his tragic death from pneumonia after watching the Gunners' third team play a match in Guildford in January 1934.