Arsenal’s unsuitable player Nicolas Pepe has announced that he has changed his agent ahead of the summer transfer window.

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The Arsenal winger faces an uncertain future at the Emirates Stadium and has now decided to replace him through the summer transfer window.
Arsenal midfielder Nicolas Pepe has announced that he has changed his agent just weeks before the summer transfer window opens.
The Ivory Coast, who is still the Gunners’ all-time record holder for the French club Lille in 2019 with a fee of £ 72 million, has announced on his official Instagram page that he is replacing his representative.
He said: “I am delighted to announce that I am joining @ lf360.official to lead my career from now on. is.
“My family and I are looking forward to the next event. I’m more excited than ever to reach the end of the season and next year’s goal. Thank you for your support. NP19.”
In the next window, it remains to be seen whether Pepe will try to get out of north London. He was unable to compete last season under Mikel Arteta.
The 26-year-old, who has made just 21 appearances in all competitions this season – just eight of them in the starting line-up – has preferred Arsenal boss Bupeio Saka, a graduate of the Gunners’ Academy, on Pepe’s natural right wing. Spanish side Sevilla have hinted that Manchester United winger Anthony Martial could be interested in signing an Arsenal man who could return to Old Trafford after completing his loan spell in La Liga.

Nicolas Pepe signed a contract in the summer of 2019 for 72 million pounds.

Artillery boss Arteta Pepe has warned that if he wants to regain his position, he needs to move up. Last month, the Spaniard said: “I think it’s because Nico didn’t show me anything else. I don’t want to find players who are satisfied with the situation.
“They have to improve, play at a different level and try to get a player who helps the team better. You have to use that if you have the opportunity.”
With the summer transfer window approaching, Arsenal will have to decide on Pepe’s future. His contract with the Emirates Stadium is just over two years away, and it is unlikely that the club will be able to recoup the huge amount of money he paid for his services.
During his time at the club, Pepe scored just 27 goals in an Arsenal shirt, making 23 appearances in all competitions for Lille last season.
Meanwhile, Arsenal appear to be close to making their first summer addition. According to reports in Brazil, the Gunners are planning to sign a talented Brazilian Markinos from Sao Paulo.

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Mark McGhee: Manager to leave relegated Dundee after Sunday’s final Scottish Premiership game at Livingston
McGhee has overseen only one victory in his 13 matches in charge; Dundee’s relegation to the Scottish Championship was confirmed on Wednesday; McGhee admitted Dundee need a younger manager to succeed him next season

Dundee’s relegation under Mark McGhee was confirmed on Wednesday

Dundee have begun the search for a new manager after announcing they will not be renewing the contract of Mark McGhee following their relegation from the cinch Premiership.
The 64-year-old took over in February on a short-term deal until the end of the season after the sacking of James McPake.
However, McGhee has overseen only one victory in his 13 matches in charge, with the team’s demotion to the Championship confirmed on Wednesday evening. Assistant manager Simon Rusk will also leave Dens Park to take on a role at the English Football Association.
McGhee admitted Dundee need a younger manager to lead their bid to return to the Premiership next season.

Dundee have won only one of McGhee’s 13 matches in charge

“When we took the job we had a real belief that we could stay in the division and we are disappointed that we did not achieve that target,” he told the Dundee website.
“My role at the club was that of a manager with Simon working as the coach alongside me. The Championship is a division that I feel is suited to a younger coach, one with energy, that is what the players deserve. I’m not sure my role is relevant in that environment.
“I would also like to thank (managing director) John (Nelms) for the opportunity, the players and staff for their commitment and the fans for their support during my time in charge. I wish the club every success in the future.”
Dundee complete their Premiership campaign away to Livingston on Sunday.

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