Arsenal have been linked with the Manchester City ace Gabriel Jesus to join them this summer. According to Daily Mail the sky blue side of Manchester would prefer Arsenal to part ways. With sum of £60m as transfer fee for the Brazilian a report supported by The Star.
Meanwhile with Gunners believed to value Jesus at £40m still, the deal can be achieved. But previously as per Sunsport, agent to the Brazilian ace had hinted that there are more suitors who want to sign Gabriel Jesus.
And now according to Sunsport via Fichajes there rumours that both Barcelona and Atletico Madrid are set to battle Arsenal for the signature of the 25-year-old striker. These will be a big blow to Gunners especially if they miss out on Champions League football next season.
As the player may prefer to join a club with big European nights unlike Arsenal may end up in Europa League. If Spurs finish in a better position which is 4th and Manchester United settle for a 6th spot in the Premier League table.
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