Arsenal are reportedly close to finalizing a deal. The Manchester City star are also targets from Real Madrid and Chelsea. A price less than the £50m they have been asking for pound.
Arsenal are expected to sign Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus for a fee that is well below the £50m suggested price tag for the Brazilian. He will win competition from Real Madrid and Chelsea for the 25-year-old. After he revealed his wish was to work with Mikel Arteta again.
The Gunners are aiming to make the signing of a striker a top priority this summer. Following Alexandre Lacazette’s move to Lyon. But Pep Guardiola understands his desire to play first-team football. The Premier League champions demanding a £50m fee for the Brazil international. But The Times says Arsenal are now prepared . To offer a price below that value and is close to reaching an agreement. And it is also reported that the North London club will pay Jesus £190,000 a week. More than what he received with Manchester City was £110,000/week.
Jesus will become Arsenal ‘s first major move of the summer and the signing of the player will be an unprecedented achievement given. The player’s signature race. Fears that their absence from the Champions League would cost Jesus a move. But the striker has expressed a desire to work with Arteta again. After spending time together. It was three years when Arteta was Guardiola’s assistant at the Etihad Stadium.
Jesus intends to leave the club this summer. He is reluctant to extend his contract. Which expires in 2023, but City’s deal. Erling Haaland has led him to believe his future lies elsewhere and Arsenal appear to benefit from that. and as soon as Jesus came The Gunners will immediately continue to strengthen their midfield position with Leicester City ‘s Youri Tielemans as their target.
For the Brazilian players who have just completed their duties for the national UFABET team. And currently on vacation before returning to pre-season in early July, Arsenal have five friendly games ahead of them against Nuremberg, Everton. , Orlando City, Chelsea and Sevilla before meeting Crystal Palace in the first weekend of the Premier League season on Friday August 5, 2022.