AC Milan are big admirers of Arsenal winger Nicolas Pepe and have learned that he might be available in a cut-price summer deal, a report claims.
Pepe’s contract is expiring in June 2024, something which could push Arsenal towards selling this summer given next summer (2023) will be one year from the deadline for the former Lille man, who cost them €79m (via Wiki).
According to a report from PianetaMilan, Pepe is on the list of forwards that the Rossoneri management like. The valuation is €30m which is less than half what the Gunners paid, so it cannot be ruled out that he could be one of the hottest profiles in view of the summer.
Milan are on the lookout for a new right winger and Pepe – who scored 10 league goals last season but has since found playing time very hard to come by – could be a good market opportunity, just as Fikayo Tomori ended up being.