Pepe Real Madrid
Profile of the Portuguese footballer Pepe, who currently plays as a defender at Real Madrid. The 31-year old player Pepe joined Real Madrid from FC Porto and wears the number 3 shirt.
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“Manchester City are preparing a final bid for Real Madrid centre back Pepe, it has been reported.”
6 days ago
“Pepe has been a rock at the heart of Real Madrid’s team since he signed in 2007 and he has been an influential player on the field, despite his discipline letting him down at times.”
6 days ago
“Manchester City are being linked with an £8million swoop to sign Real Madrid defender Pepe in the January transfer window.”
7 days ago
“Manchester City will consider making yet another move to try and sign Real Madrid defender Pepe despite already failing to land him on two separate occasions, Daily Star reports.”
8 days ago
“Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini wants to raid his former club for Real Madrid defender Pepe, according to reports.”
9 days ago
“Etihad Stadim side plot Bernabeu raid. Man City boss Manuel Pellegrini has set his sights on his former Real Madrid charge Pepe according to the Daily Star. Find out who are the richest footballers in the Premier League here.”
9 days ago
“Pellegrini is a massive fan of the Portugal centre-half and has tried to sign him twice since taking over at the Etihad. Real rejected one £25m bid from City for Pepe, 31 (below) who sat out their Champions League Final win over Atletico in May.”
10 days ago
“The arrival of Real Madrid will prove to be one of Anfield's most memorable over double Ramos' tally (3.1). Martin Skrtel (£6m) v Pepe (£23.”
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