OM Mercato : The Marseille management has just received good news that will help them in the recruitment of Nicolas Pepe.
OM Mercato : Arsenal open the door for Nicolas Pepe
He is one of Arsenal‘s biggest disappointments. The most expensive recruit of the club, Nicolas Pepe has never managed to justify the colossal amount paid for his arrival, 80 million euros. He must now be satisfied with the crumbs within the London club. The Gunners‘ coach Mikel Arteta is not a big fan of the Ivorian international and has no intention of changing his plans. Worse, the Arsenal bench boss is planning to attract new strikers to flesh out his attacking sector next season. In other words, Nicolas Pepe has very little chance to continue his adventure with the Gunners next season.
In fact, the 26-year-old player has seen his leaders make a radical decision about him. According to Fichajes, the Emirates Stadium are ready to open the door for the left winger. They are now ready to listen to the various offers for his transfer. This decision should do the business of his suitors, including Olympique of Marseille.
OM Mercato : A price revised downwards for Nicolas Pepe
Three seasons after his arrival in the Premier League, the adventure of Nicolas Pepe at Arsenal seems to be coming to an end. The British leaders would like to part with him as soon as possible and it seems mutual. Since the former LOSC star, who has been courted for a long time by OM, has recently opened the door to a departure from Arsenal. According to the London Evening Standard, a meeting is even planned between Nicolas Pepe and his management in the coming days. The objective of this meeting is to find a favorable outcome for his transfer.
The Gunners are well aware that they will not be able to recover the 80 million euros paid for his arrival. They should, according to the British media, demand a relatively low amount for his future departure, which would be good for OM. The Phocaean club has been following the situation of the Ivorian striker for a long time and would like to attract him to its ranks. However, Marseille is not the only club positioned on this file. Olympique Lyonnais and Sevilla would also be on the trail of the former striker of Angers SCO.