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17 July, Wednesday


Arsenal unveils astronomical offer for Bayern Munich and PSG transfer targets

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Arsenal has submitted an astronomical offer of 80 million euros in a bid to sign Lille sensation Nicolas Pepe. The Gunners have reportedly made the 24-year-old forward a priority signing after a move for his Wilfred Zaha hit a snag.

Pepe has been heavily linked with a move away from France following his stellar season which saw him register 22 goals while assisting 11 in 38 games. Despite failing to replicate his club form at the Africa Cup of Nations for Ivory Coast, the likes of Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are believed to be keen on recruiting the winger. 

According L'Equipe, Unai Emery's Arsenal has now emerged as front-runners in the race for Pepe and have already made a formal approach by submitting a club-record bid of 80 million euros. The news publication claims that the Ivorian international and his entourage were informed of this bid on Saturday and negotiations are expected to commence in the coming days.

Arsenal has submitted an astronomical offer of 80 million euros in a bid to sign Lille sensation Nicolas Pepe. The Gunners have reportedly made the 24-year-old forward a priority signing after a move for his Wilfred Zaha hit a snag.

Pepe has been heavily linked with a move away from France following his stellar season which saw him register 22 goals while assisting 11 in 38 games. Despite failing to replicate his club form at the Africa Cup of Nations for Ivory Coast, the likes of Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are believed to be keen on recruiting the winger. 

According L'Equipe, Unai Emery's Arsenal has now emerged as front-runners in the race for Pepe and have already made a formal approach by submitting a club-record bid of 80 million euros. The news publication claims that the Ivorian international and his entourage were informed of this bid on Saturday and negotiations are expected to commence in the coming days.

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