Brazilian International and Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus has not ruled out his ambition of joining Mikel Arteta's side despite falling out of top four during their 2-0 loss to Newcastle United at St. James Park.
Arsenal entered the race to sign the striker after Manchester City successfully convinced Borussia Dortmund's striker to join them. Edu is said to have held talks with the player's camp ahead of the summer transfer window.
The player looks set to leave the Etihad following Halaand's impending move to the club. Arsenal fans have all reasons to smile after the player's representative, Marcelo Pettinati said that his client considers a move to the North London club as a "serious possibility."
Marcelo Pettinati while speaking on Arsenal links said, "We had discussions with Arsenal about Gabriel Jesus and yes, we like the project. It’s a serious possibility so we’re discussing. There are six more clubs interested in Gabriel Jesus, he’s now focused on final games with Manchester City, then we’ll see what happens."
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