Edu, the technical director at Arsenal, and Mikel Arteta, the manager, are probably doing what their supporters have longed for in the hopes of taking home some hardware this upcoming season.
Along with Jesus, the North London club also officially announced the acquisition of Marquinhos and Fabio Vieira from Fc Porto, strengthening the present roster.
Arsenal has reportedly made a third offer for Man United target Lissandro Martinez, with Ajax expected to accept if it is in the neighborhood of £43 million, according to Football London.
Arteta is certain that he will reach a deal before United, who are prepared to make a £40 million offer and who have a significant advantage over Arsenal thanks to Erik Ten Hag, his previous manager.
Lissandro is a left-footed defender with a high profile who can also play as a defensive midfielder, making him a major transfer target for both clubs.
Given that Gabriel has been linked to Juventus according to media reports, Arsenal will have found the ideal target for their squad's rebuilding.
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