Arsenal Forward Nicolas Pepe Set For French Ligue 1 RETURN! (Details)
English Premier League side Arsenal have slashed the Price and Offered Nicolas Pepe To PSG, MySportDab report.
The Gunners are ready to offer the Ivorian to the French giants even with a reduced price.
Before joining the Gunners, Pepe played for Lille in the French Ligue 1 after signing for the team in 2017.
The 23-year-old joined Arsenal in 2017 in a deal worth £72 million and has won the FA Cup with the London-based side on his debut with the club.
MySportDab learns that the Ivorian is unhappy at the Emirates stadium and will be pushing for a move from the Gunners.
He had reportedly appointed an agent to oversee his possible transfer from Arsenal as he hopes to boost his professional career.
The Gunners, who are also eager to offload the Ivorian, have reportedly slashed the cost of the player to attract potential suitors with PSG interested in the player.
Pepe’s possible move to the Ligue 1 Champions is very likely as the Ligue 1 giants have gotten a new sports director, Luis Campos.
Also, Argentine legendary playmaker Angel Di Maria is more likely not to renew his contract with PSG, with a possible exit from the team expected at the end of the summer.
PSG’s new Sports Director reportedly had a good working relationship with Nicolas Pepe when he worked for Lille as a Sports Director.
Pepe was one of the most valuable players at Lille and was instrumental to the team when they faced threats of possible relegation.
With the prospective exit of Angel Di Maria and the Gunners willing to part ways with Nicolas Pepe, after three seasons with the club, the Ivorian will likely land on Parc De Prince’s side.
Hence, the Gunners have slashed the asking price for the player offering him to PSG.
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