As he told the Highbury Squad, Kevin Campbell believes that if Leeds United sign Nicolas Pepe, it would be a good move for Arsenal.
Campbell admits he won't be able to go this summer due to a club record signing with Arsenal.
Pepe made just five Premier League starts for him in north London last season, and the last of those came in October, which was a pretty clear indication of what he thinks of the player.
Bukayo Saka has outperformed the 27-year-old out on the right flank, the Englishman scored 11 Premier League goals last season, and Pepe has scored 18 from his 80 games in England's top-flight.
Campbell believes Pepes' time at the Emirates is over, and he was also told that Leeds is interested in signing him this summer.
Campbell said that Pepes is going to go. I believe he will.
Ooof, it would be a good move for Arsenal, according to the former Arsenal striker.
SHOULD LEEDS ANSWER PEPE?
Arsenal is desperate to drop the Ivory Coast international, but with only two years left on his contract and the fact that he is a 72 million signing, they will want to get some of their money back.
However, there wont be many clubs lining up to secure his signature, and Leeds should keep the player under wraps.
Pepe's speed and efficiency in Premier League football has proved too much, and he will not change much at Elland Road.
Raphinha wasn't just a dazzling winger who put the opposition player on his backside at any moment, but also a goal threat of excellent quality, with 11 Premier League goals last season.
Pepe has only 18 league goals to his name since joining the club, and that alone speaks to his depreciation in the final third.