Following several days of negotiations, Premier League giants, Arsenal have finally managed to reach an agreement with 2021/22 League Champions, Manchester City over the potential transfer of star striker and Brazilian international, Gabriel Jesus to the Emirates Stadium.
As per Fabrizio Romano, the Mikel Arteta's side have finally reached a compromise of £45million with the Cityzens to close the deal after their initial bid of around £40million was rebuffed with the 24 year now set to put pen to paper a four-year contract at the North London.
In 195 appearances for the Mancunian Blues, Gabriel Jesus managed to bag 85 goals with his pace, skills and eye for the goal proving to be a real nightmare to the Premier League defenders and hence, his move to the Emirates will no doubt be a massive upgrade for Arteta.
The Brazilian superstar now becomes the Gunners third summer signing after his national counterpart, Marquinos and Portuguese midfielder, Fabio Vieira.
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