Arsenal have been reported to be close to announcement of the lethal striker from Manchester City, Gabriel Jesus. This is after a report by Daily Mail claim that Arsenal have agreed a £45m deal with Manchester City for the Brazilian to join Emirates Stadium this summer.
Meanwhile after Sunsport showed the player yesterday arriving for medical tests as he was welcomed by Edu. Now another set of information comes from Sunsport after a leaked online video shows Gabriel Jesus in Arsenal shirt with number nine at his back.
This may be a clear indication the club will later make an official announcement of the arrival of the player and settle the jersey number debate. This is huge news to Arteta who wanted to try replace departed Aubameyang last winter to Barcelona.
And Lacazette to Lyon this summer all on a free transfer despite Nketiah having signed a new five-year deal worth £100k weekly his not experienced enough to lead Arsenal on all fronts. Gabriel Jesus is expected to sign a five-year contract with Arsenal as well as per Sunsport.
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