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Arsenal’s perfect Nicolas Pepe replacement drops transfer hint with ‘unfinished business’ claim

Arsenal’s perfect Nicolas Pepe replacement drops transfer hint with ‘unfinished business’ claim

To become a true threat while attacking, Arsenal will need to strengthen in the wing positions ahead of the upcoming season. 

If Nicolas Pepe decides to leave the club, the emphasis on recruiting a winger will increase.

Mikel Arteta has been offered a fantastic opportunity to buy a top winger after it was revealed that Villareal’s Arnaut Danjuma will be available for a summer transfer.

The Dutchman is being courted by Premier League clubs, according to French news outlet Foot Mercato.

Arsenal could be one of these clubs with an interest, as Spanish news outlet Fichajes stated earlier this season that the Gunners were keeping an eye on the midfielder.

Arsenal would undoubtedly benefit from acquiring the winger.

A deal for Danjuma will not be easy, though, since Liverpool are also interested in signing him, according to GOAL.

They regard the winger as a natural replacement for Sadio Mane and may not make a move until 2023. 

This comes after the Daily Mail revealed that the Reds were also keeping tabs on Serge Gnabry’s improvement.

Former Arsenal manager Unai Emery recruited Danjuma from Bournemouth for £13.5 million in the summer, and he has been a huge success for the Yellow Submarine.

This season, the Dutch international has six goals in nine Champions League games.

The winger drew the attention of the football world after scoring against Bayern Munich in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final, giving Villareal a surprising 1-0 lead going into the rematch. 

The Dutchman has thrived since making a summer move, thanks to Emery’s system.

Liverpool and Arsenal are allegedly interested in the attacker due to his outstanding performances this season. Danjuma expressed his wish to return to England via Sky Sports, saying:

“There is definitely unfinished business for me in England. Because if you look back at the reason to why I joined Bournemouth, it initially was for me to play Premier League football.”

According to transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano, Danjuma’s contract includes a £38 million release clause, which represents an absolute steal for the Gunners. 

If Pepe does leave the club, it is undoubtedly a deal that Arteta should look into.


Arsenal’s perfect Nicolas Pepe replacement drops transfer hint with ‘unfinished business’ claim

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