Arsenal transfer rumours: Nicolas Pepe interest, Christian Eriksen ‘offered’ in cut-price deal

Arsenal return to action tomorrow night (Thursday), as they make the trip to Norway to face Molde in the Europa League.

It’s the fourth match of the group for the Gunners, who currently have a 100% record with three wins from as many games.

The Europa League and the Premier League will be Mikel Arteta’s main focus at the moment, but behind the scenes, the north London club could be looking at the January transfer window as an opportunity to improve their squad.

If that is true – then the Arsenal-related transfer rumours from today may have some legs.

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Milan interested in Pepe

Arsenal manager Arteta wants to sell forward Nicolas Pepe, according to Spanish outlet TF.

Since signing for €80m from Lille last summer, the Ivory Coast international has struggled to settle in at the Emirates Stadium, and Sunday’s red card against Leeds United will not have done him any favours.

A report from Milan Live states that Milan are a “serious candidate” for Pepe, with former Gunners chief Ivan Gazidis – who is still on good terms with the north London-based club – now at the Italian giants.

Milan are considering making an initial loan offer for the winger with an option to purchase at the end of his temporary deal.

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