Mikel Arteta drops fresh transfer hint as Edu fixes dressing room issue

Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, seems to have given hints that the club will try to find a replacement for Nicolas Pepe, who has gone on loan to Nice.

Arsenal are at the top of the Premier League table going into this weekend’s game against Fulham, and Mikel Arteta and his team will be determined to stay there.

The Gunners have come back strong after missing out on a spot in the Champions League last season. They have gotten off to a great start in the Premier League with new players Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko playing key roles.

With less than a week left, it’s still not clear if Arsenal will make any more moves, but rumors about a move for Wolves winger Pedro Neto keep going around. Before a big weekend of Premier League games, Mirror Football gathers the latest news from the Emirates Stadium and the surrounding area…

Arteta gives a new hint about a transfer

Arteta has given the strongest hint yet that Arsenal wants to replace Nicolas Pepe in the last week of the transfer window.

The Gunners broke their own record when they paid £72 million to get him from Lille, but he didn’t live up to expectations and is now on loan at Nice for a season.

And at his press conference on Friday, Arteta gave hints that someone else might take his place. The Spaniard made a joke: “We’ll try to carry out our plan if we can. In that plan, Pepe’s departure was something that might happen. Now, it has. We’ve been getting ready for two months, and now we’ll see what happens.”

Edu fixes the problem with the dressing room

The departure of Pepe has also fixed a long-standing problem in the locker room that was brought up by the technical director of the Gunners, Edu.

In an interview with Sky Sports in July, the Brazilian made it sound like high-paid squad players who didn’t play well, like Pepe, were “killing” the club and had no future at the Emirates.

Pepe is thought to be one of the Gunners’ highest-paid players because he came to the club in a big-money deal three years ago. Getting rid of him for the season will be a big help for Arsenal.

Mikel Arteta drops fresh transfer hint as Edu fixes dressing room issue

Gunners learn Europa League fate

Arsenal and PSV Eindhoven will play each other in the Europa League this season, as the two teams were put in the same group.

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