Following their reported agreement with 2021/22 Premier League Champions, Manchester City, Mikel Arteta's side Arsenal are now said to have fully completed the transfer with them finally reaching an agreement on personal terms with the Brazilian international.
Jesus, 24 is no doubt one of the hottest prospects in the World of football with his pace and skills in front of the goal proving to be a real nightmare to defenders and hence, the Gunners have no doubt acquired a goal machine that will make them unstoppable in their quest for major honours.
The Brazilian is now set to put pen to paper a five-year contract, a deal which will see him ply his trade at the Emirates Stadium until at least 2027 as per reports from the most trusted transfer guru, Fabrizio Romano.
In other news, the London club are believed to be locked in negotiations with Leeds United over the potential transfer of star winger, Raphinha with agreement between the two parties reported to be close.
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