Arsenal are reported to have welcomed Gabriel Jesus for some medical tests ahead of his £45m move to Emirates Stadium. A well playing Manchester City striker last season has decided to start a new chapter in his career and it's all down to Arteta to show him the best way forward.
However according to some comments from Arsenal legend in this case Charlie Nicholas. As per Express, "Arsenal really need a finisher, someone who gets into the box. Under Pep Guardiola he wasn't a favourite and didn't always play.
But if they get him at a decent price I'd be amazed if he doesn't score at least 20 goals in the league for Arsenal. "Nicholas said to BonusCodeBets. Meanwhile the red's of London had already signed Marquinhos from Sao Paulo for £3m fee.
So is Fabio Vieira from Porto for £35m plus £4.2m add-ons that may follow later based on achievement objectives. Matt Turner joined from MLS outfit for £5.75m to offer cover for Aaron. The goalkeeper in between the sticks as Leno seem like he could be on his way as well out of Emirates Stadium.
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