If reports in the media are anything to go by,then apparently this is the kind of news Arsenal supporters are yawning for considering that their club is in need of at least two strikers in summer transfer window.
The North London club are expected to make official announcement of Brazilian ace Marquinhos from Sao Paulo on a £3m rated deal.
Top transfer targets are continuing to be linked with a move to Arsenal with the recent ones being Memphis Depay and Samuel Umtiti.
According to Fabrizio Romano via the Boot Room, Arsenal have decided to make a move for premier league striker Gabriel Jesus over benfica's ace Darwin Nunez with technical director Edu preparing an offer of around £50m.
It's claimed that Arteta is viewing Jesus as a cheap alternative and his adaptation to the premier league intense that makes him a better target than overpriced Nunez who Manchester United are as well after.
Meanwhile, Nicholas Pepe has changed his agent ahead of potential exit with Arteta keen on selling him.
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