Arsenal forward Nicolas Pepe has not been offered to Paris Saint-German, despite reports to the contrary.

That’s according to his agency LF360, who have denied reports they’ve presented the Arsenal man as an option for the French giants.

Earlier today, it was reported that Pepe had been put forward as a player to be taken into consideration by PSG.

That came after reports the French side have decided not to pursue a move for Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele, despite their president being a big fan and keen to make it happen.

Pepe would be an alternative, particularly with Arsenal looking to move him on after a disappointing few years at the Emirates.

It seems those suggestions were wide of the mark, though, with RMC Sport reporting they have been denied by his agency.

LF360 have seemingly sent out a statement that ‘denies having offered the services’ of Pepe to PSG this summer.

The outlet explains that the Arsenal man has been working with the agency since the beginning of May.

That suggests a transfer is on the cards this summer, but it probably won’t be to PSG, who they insist the player has not been offered to.