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Arsenal ready to cut their losses and offload experienced forward this summer

Without much doubts, Arsenal football club will most definitely remain keen on competing with the likes of Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea for trophies next season.

Do remember that the North London club enjoyed quite interested 2021/2022 football season where they ultimately finished in fifth position on the Premier League table.

Despite that, Arsenal football club made completed the signings of Marquinhos, Fabio Viera, Matt Turner and Gabriel Jesus to strengthen their current squad for the new season.

However, the Gunners are very much aware of the need to offlod some fringe players and they are now ready to cash in on experienced forward Nicolas Pepe before the summer transfer window closes.

The 27-year-old Ivory Coast International, who signed up for Arsenal football club after departing Ligue 1 side Lille back in 2019 has struggled for form in recent seasons.

The experienced right-winger performed below expectations during the just concluded 2021/2022 season where he scored just three goals and created six assists in 23 appearances in all competitions for Arsenal.

Due to this, Arsenal football club have seen enough of the experienced winger and according to reports from Daily Mail, the Gunners are ready to cash in on him this summer.

The reports further claimed that Arsenal football club are willing to move forward and are planning to raise funds by selling Nicolas Pepe before the ongoing summer transfer window closes.

Do remember that Arsenal football club signed Nicolas Pepe for £72million in 2019, but the Gunners are now willing to cut their losses and sell Nicolas Pepe for less than that.

That said, it remains to be seen where the experienced Nicolas Pepe will choose to continue his football career if he eventually gets to leave Arsenal before the window closes.

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