Arsenal football club could make Gabriel Jesus transfer u-turn as reports by Sportwitness via Sportsdias reveals.
In the recent weeks, the Brazilian has been on Arteta's radar as he wants him to fill the attacking gaps that will remain unfilled following the reported departure of Alexandra Laccazete and Eddie Nketiah this summer.
However, details that are emerging now shows that Arsenal could jet into different leagues beyond the boundaries of the premier league in order to find a striker.
In the just concluded Italian Seria A league, the 23-year-old made a total of 23 appearances managing to find the back of the net 16 times.
And after this starring stat for the Italian outfits, Gianluca has not only attracted the interest of the English club but also other Italia Heavyweights.
Speaking in December last year, Italian under 21 head coach Luigi Di Biago sent special shout out to the wonderkid calling him a complete striker.
“And then he is complete: right foot, left, head, he attacks from deep, but also plays on the edge for his teammates.” He said.
Latest transfer rumours concerning the Italian by Fabrizio Roman on Vibe with Five couple of weeks ago however shows that his stay in Italy could go beyond this season.
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