Gabriel Jesus’ agents step up their efforts to seal his move away from Man City
Gabriel Jesus’ agents travel to England to seal the Brazilian’s move to Manchester City, as Arsenal ramp up their interest in the attacker… but Premier League champions are demanding £50Million to let him go
- Arsenal are very excited about signing Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus
- North London side has already knocked back £35million offer for Jesus by City
- Jesus’ agents have now traveled to the UK to try and push through a move
- City want £50million to let Jesus leave in current transfer window
The agents of Arsenal target Gabriel Jesus travel to England to complete his transfer from Manchester City.
The Premier League champions want £50million for Jesus while looking to recoup money to offset their spending on Leeds United’s Kalvin Phillips and Brighton Marc Cucurella.
Jesus has spent the past five years at the Etihad Stadium but it looks like he will leave this summer after choosing not to renew his contract, which expires next year.
Gabriel Jesus’ agents are working hard to get the attacker away from Man City
City wants money back to offset spending on Kalvin Phillips (right) and Marc Cucurella (left)
Arsenal’s first offer of £35million plus add-ons was rejected last week, but another offer could now follow, with the arrival of Jesus’ representatives in the UK.
The Gunners have also had positive discussions about Leeds United winger Raphinha with his agent Deco as his favorite club, Barcelona, struggle to come up with its £60million price tag.
Raphinha finished last season as Leeds’ top scorer in all competitions with 11 goals, and it looks like he will leave Elland Road in the current transfer window.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is very keen to bring the Brazilian striker to the club this summer
Arsenal are also making good progress in their bid to defeat Leeds and Brazilian winger Raphinha . to capture
Arsenal defender Omar Rekik has meanwhile been hired from Sparta Rotterdam.
The 20-year-old moved to the North London outfit in January 2021, but has yet to make a senior appearance for Mikel Arteta’s side.
He played regularly for the club under 23 in recent times and has now been loaned out to gain experience in the Eredivisie before potentially playing for Tunisia in the World Cup later this year.
The Gunners have decided to loan promising defender Omar Rekik to Sparta Rotterdam