Arsenal are on the verge of making another significant signing in the form of Gabriel Jesus who was pictured to arrive at their Emirates Stadium for medical tests this week as per Sunsport. The red's of North London had already signed Marquinhos from Sao Paulo in a deal worth £3m.
While Fabio Vieira did join Arteta's side on a fee believed to be a huge £35m plus potential £4.2m as add-ons. Nketiah already in this summer had signed new five-year deal with the club. Worth £100k weekly and this may be all but important decisions for Arteta.
Although now he may have to change formation to start with all his two strikers next season. In between the sticks a possibility of Aaron Ramsdale while a last line of defence having Tomiyasu as well as Gabriel Magalhaes, William Saliba and Kieran.
In midfield there could be Partey, Fabio Vieira, Saka and Martin Odegaard to help control the game. With an attacking duo of a lethal Gabriel Jesus and Nketiah. Unfortunately this may see the likes of Ben White, Rob Holding, Cedric, Xhaka, Elneny, Pepe and Gabriel Martinelli all start from the bench.
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