Arsenal are considering to find a perfect replacement and a lethal striker for Mikel Arteta possibly in the incoming summer transfer window considering potential exit of Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah in summer.
The Gunners have so far been linked with several top targets like Jonathan David, Alexandre Isak, Luka Jovic and many more but it's like the North London club has identified their dream signing who has already premier league experience.
According to the Express Sport, Arsenal are lining up a move for Brazilian and Manchester City Striker Gabriel Jesus in summer with technical director Edu behind the deal after a series if talks with players agent.
Jesus, 25 hasn't been a regular starter under Pep Guardiola and apparently, he's open to making a move to Emirates for playing time after literally scoring 7 goals and assisting other eleven.
In 229 matches for City, the Brazilian international has been able to score 89 goals and 45 assists, an indication that he can still perform better anyway considering that he's still in his prime.
Ideally, Jesus can be a good upgrade to Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah and a move might be a good investment for Mikel Arteta's side.
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