In one of the summer's more surprising stories, a cash-strapped Arsenal have secured the services of one Europe's most sought after and expensive prospects; Nicolas Pepe.The Ivorian’s arrival has been met with hysteria from the Arsenal faithful, unsurprisingly given the calibre and quality of player in question.However, Pepe, only 24 years old, is not yet a finished product, and thus there remain question marks over how well he will adapt to both the Premier League and European football. So, how will he fare in the famous red and white of north-London?First and foremost, Nicolas Pepe’s form during his time in France was exceptional. A haul of 22 league goals was only bettered by Kylian Mbappe, 11 assists was the second most of any player, and he ranked in the top 5 for sprints and dribbles per game. Furthermore, as the Premier League moves into the age of VAR, Pepe, who was fouled more than any other player last campaign, could prove a handful for defenders and officials alike.Whether he can reproduce such statistics in the notoriously more challenging and physical Premier League is yet to be seen, but a few promising omens hint that the wide-man should take to English football like a duck to water.Firstly, Pepe possesses the physique not to be overawed by the combative nature of English football. Standing tall at 6ft 1in (183cm), Pepe was the most fouled player in French football last season, and also won an impressive 1.2 headers per game. Further steel being added to the Arsenal ranks will most definitely not go amiss.