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Arsenal 'ready to sell Nicolas Pepe'

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Arsenal are reportedly willing to offload Nicolas Pepe if a suitable buyer comes forward in the January transfer window, with the winger struggling in the Premier League.
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Arsenal will reportedly look to offload Nicolas Pepe in January if they can find a suitable buyer for the winger.

The Ivory Coast international has performed relatively well in the Europa League this season, but Pepe's struggles in the English top flight have been well-documented since his arrival from Lille last summer.

Pepe has chalked up a solitary goal from eight appearances in the 2020-21 Premier League and is currently serving a three-game ban for headbutting Leeds United's Ezgjan Alioski in last weekend's goalless draw at Elland Road.

As a result, the Daily Star claims that Arsenal chiefs are prepared to cut their losses and ship out the former Lille man in January, although a buyer may be hard to find in the current financial climate.

The report claims that Pepe has given a good account of himself in training, but the Gunners have accepted that forking out £72m for an attacker who was not Premier League-proven was poor business.

Pepe is contracted to the Gunners until the end of the 2023-24 season. body check tags ::

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