With the impending arrivals of both Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez, Gabriel Jesus’ time at Manchester City looks to be coming to an end.
Despite not seeing as much playing time as he would have liked this season, Jesus has had a good few month at the Etihad scoring vital goals in both the Premier League and Champions League.
With the Brazilian widely expected to leave City this summer, several clubs from across Europe are believed to have the Brazilian as a top transfer target.
According to reports, it’s Arsenal who have taken the first steps to try and secure his signature.
Arsenal who could lose both Eddie Nketiah and Alexandre Lacazette for free this summer are in desperate need of striking replacements, and they have identified Jesus as a key addition.
Jesus who has scored 58 Premier League goals is expected to be available for around £50 million.
Despite losing the North London Derby to rivals Spurs, Arsenal are still firmly in the driving seat for Champions League football and the Gunners know that two wins against Newcastle and Everton will be enough to see them playing in Europe’s elite competition next season.