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£72 million flop: “I changed a lot of things” Pepe ‘determined’ to revive Arsenal career amid transfer talk

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The Ivory Coast international believes he is prepared to show Mikel Arteta his mettle and is still committed to the Gunners.

Nicolas Pepe has declared his “determination” to resurrect his Arsenal career on social media. Since arriving from Lille in 2019 for £72 million ($86 million), the winger has struggled at Emirates Stadium, but the club record signing claims he has “improved a lot of things” during preseason.

The 27-year-old made only five Premier League appearances for the Gunners in the previous season, during which time he registered one goal and one assist. He has been heavily linked with a summer transfer.
What did Nicolas Pepe say regarding his future at Arsenal?

According to reports, a number of teams, including Leeds United, Newcastle, Marseille, and Sevilla, are interested in hiring Pepe.

The Ivory Coast international might stay for the remaining two years of his contract if he continues to compete for a spot in Mikel Arteta’s starting XI.

“The summer was a busy time for me. Changed a lot of things,” Pepe remarked in a post on his Instagram account.

“With Arsenal and my teammates, I’m committed and determined.”

Has Pepe secured a spot at Arsenal for 2022–2023?

Pepe participated in each of Arsenal’s three preseason games, which they won against Everton, Orlando City, and Chelsea.

When it comes to Arteta’s attacking alternatives, he finds himself way down the squad pecking order. The Spanish manager’s top pick for the right-wing position is Bukayo Saka, although Gabriel Martinelli and Emile Smith Rowe are also candidates right now.

Pepe’s position is made even more challenging by the addition of Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City and Fabio Vieira from Porto, who strengthen the Arsenal’s attack.

Has Pepe secured a spot at Arsenal for 2022–2023?

Pepe participated in each of Arsenal’s three preseason games, which they won against Everton, Orlando City, and Chelsea.

When it comes to Arteta’s attacking alternatives, he finds himself way down the squad pecking order. The Spanish manager’s top pick for the right-wing position is Bukayo Saka, although Gabriel Martinelli and Emile Smith Rowe are also candidates right now.

Pepe’s position is made even more challenging by the addition of Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City and Fabio Vieira from Porto, who strengthen the Arsenal’s attack.

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