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Arsenal will reportedly terminate the contract of Nicolas Pepe to let him join Besiktas

Nicolas Pepe

Arsenal will reportedly terminate the contract of former record signing Nicolas Pepe. Hence, this will also help the player join Besiktas.

The winger is also currently in Paris undergoing his medical with the Turkish giants. Hence, the winger will join them on a free transfer.

ARSENAL FRINGE PLAYER FINALLY GETS HIS MOVE THIS SUMMER

According to reports, Arsenal record signing Nicolas Pepe will terminate his contract mutually. The report also claims that the termination will help him join Turkish club Besiktas. He has already agreed personal terms with the Turkish giants. The Gunners were also aware of the negotiations between Besiktas and Nicolas Pepe for a move this summer.

Hence, it looks like the Arsenal fringe player will finally get his move. The contract of Pepe with the Premier League giants ends in the 2024 summer. However, the Ivory coast winger does not have any future with the Gunners. Therefore, the Premier League club and the agent have come to a mutual agreement to terminate his contract to let him join Besiktas on a free transfer.

THE GUNNERS WILL ALSO HAVE SIGNIFICANT FUNDS FOR THE JANUARY TRANSFER WINDOW

According to reports, Arsenal have not yet made plans for the January transfer window. However, manager Mikel Arteta will want signings in the January transfer window. Therefore, the potential termination of Nicolas Pepe will help the club get his wages off the wage-bill. The player is on significant wages with the Premier League giants.

According to reports, Arsenal also had to pay a portion of his wages during his loan move with OGC Nice last season. Therefore, the sale of Nicolas Pepe means that Gunners will no longer have to pay even a portion of his wages. The Gunners have also managed to sell some of their fringe players for good prices this summer transfer window.

Therefore, Arsenal have managed to avoid problems with the Financial Fair Play rules (FFP). The Gunners owners will also likely back Mikel Arteta in January if needed. Hence, the Gunners are now a well run club on the pitch and off the pitch.

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