Arsenal finds two suitors for their record-breaking flop

Fenerbahce and Besiktas have shown interest in signing Nicolas Pepe during this transfer window. The Ivorian attacker was Arsenal’s most expensive signing when he initially joined the club, but he has struggled to live up to the high expectations set by his price tag.

Pepe’s performance has been considered as one of Arsenal’s less successful investments, and with only a year left on his contract, the club is eager for him to leave, as he is not part of their future plans.

Despite lacking suitors for much of the current season, Fotomac reports that both Turkish clubs, Fenerbahce and Besiktas, are willing to give Pepe a chance. He had a disappointing season with Nice in the previous campaign, but they are prepared to provide him with an opportunity to prove that he still possesses the potential to succeed in football.

The move to Turkey could potentially offer Pepe a fresh start and a chance to revitalize his career after struggling to find his form at Arsenal and during his loan spell at Nice.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Buying Pepe for a record fee remains a mystery, but the end has come for the Ivorian and we must find a new home for him in this transfer window.

He simply is not good enough for Arsenal and should never have been signed by the club.

We will make a huge loss from his departure, but it is much better than keeping him in the squad for much longer.

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  1. Please why is Arsenal vs Monaco article and lineup not posted Admin… the match ends 1-1 and Arsenal win on penalty 5-4….. please post something about the match.. Thanks

  2. Want to wish Pepe well in his new endeavor, I wouldn’t be surprised to see him resurrect his career after given a new leashe on life.

    1. I agree Gunsmoke; the continuing references on JA to Nicholas Pepe being a “flop”, totally disregards his statistics for goals and assists, when given opportunities at Arsenal.
      He contually appears to be blamed for his transfer price, which is down to Sanheili and others, not him.

      1. If United, City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Spuds etc had bought Pepe for a supposed £70 million and he turned out like he had turned out for us wouldn’t you screaming “Flop flop”.?

        Pogba and Lukaku had some nice numbers but it never stopped anyone labelling them as Flops.

        Torres at Chelsea had some good numbers but he is still regarded as one of the biggest flops.

        Look at Havertz, about the same numbers as Pepe but he has been regarded as a flop by everyone including Chelsea fans. And I myself would say that Havertz flopped at Chelsea. But Arteta has taken a massive gamble/ risk on him. Just being honest.

  3. Its becoming obvious that Admin Martin has got something personal against Pepe.

    Neutrality has been unapoligeticaly discarded and replaced with bias.

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