Brazilian journalist Rodrigo Oliveira has told Calciomercato.it, via Sport Witness, that Arsenal are close to signing Gabriel Jesus: “Many top clubs are on Gabriel Jesus, but the one in pole position is Arsenal,” he said.
“The player wants to leave Manchester City. Jesus is very close to signing with the Gunners, he is very suited to English football and wants to stay in England and Arsenal want to make a good offer, so Arsenal will probably take on Gabriel Jesus, who lost space with Brazil in the recent months.
“Many players have overtaken him in the hierarchy [national team], which is why he wants to stay in England. At the same time, Arsenal are ready to make a great offer, perhaps even for €50-60m and are in pole position.”
According to transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano, Youri Tielemans will leave Leicester City this summer with the midfielder a target for Arsenal ahead of the transfer window opening. But they are not alone in their pursuit and will have to fend off competition from more than one rival to secure his signature.
Arsenal’s surprise Zinchenko transfer plan has been explained by Guardiola
Arsenal’s bid to sign Oleksandr Zinchenko as a midfielder isn’t actually as surprising as it seems. That’s because Pep Guardiola has already explained that he’s an attacking player who covers the full-back areas as opposed to the other way round.
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