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Gabriel Jesus arrives at Arsenal to undergo his medical ahead of £45million move

Gabriel Jesus ‘COMPLETES his Arsenal medical’ with the Gunners now set to announce the £45m signing of the Brazilian forward from Manchester City to a five-year deal

  • Gabriel Jesus has arrived at Arsenal while undergoing a medical check
  • The Gunners Want To Complete Jesus Signing For £45million
  • Jesus is looking for permanent football in the first team after six seasons at Man City
  • He would be Arsenal’s fourth signing so far during the summer transfer window

Gabriel Jesus has reportedly completed his medical treatment as he stands ready to complete his £45million transfer from Manchester City to Arsenal.

The 25-year-old was seen getting out of a car and hugging the club’s technical director and Brazilian compatriot Edu when he arrived in north London on Tuesday morning.

According to Fabrizio RomanoJesus has successfully completed his medical treatment and an official statement is “pending” to confirm his move to the Emirates.

Gabriel Jesus has arrived at Arsenal for his medical treatment as he is ready to leave Manchester City

Gabriel Jesus has arrived at Arsenal for his medical treatment as he is ready to leave Manchester City

The move would see him reunite with former Man City assistant manager Mikel Arteta

The move would see him reunite with former Man City assistant manager Mikel Arteta

He is expected to sign a five-year deal with Arsenal as he looks set to get a regular start time after failing to secure a starting spot under Pep Guardiola.

Jesus would be Arsenal’s fourth signing of the summer, following Brazilian teenager Marquinhos, Portuguese midfielder Fabio Vieira and goalkeeper Matt Turner.

City are looking to make a tidy profit on a player they paid around £27million in 2017.

Jesus played a key role after Harry Kane’s fruitless pursuit last season, but his chances will be limited after the arrival of Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland.

Jesus wants regular football in the first team after failing to keep a regular starting place

Jesus wants regular football in the first team after failing to keep a regular starting place

Despite scoring some important goals, consistency was an issue throughout his five years at the Etihad Stadium.

Jesus’ contract expires next summer when he could have left on a free transfer and City continue to keep a close eye on their finances with others looking to follow the striker out the door as Pep Guardiola adjusts his side.

Jesus scored 95 goals in 236 appearances for Man City after joining the club for £27 million in January 2017.

The signing would be a huge boost for Arteta's side as they try to make a top four push

The signing would be a huge boost for Arteta’s side as they try to make a top four push

The deal ends Arsenal’s search for a striker following the departure of Alexandre Lacazette, who will return to Lyon. Arsenal have chosen not to buy a striker in the January transfer window, despite Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang coming to Barcelona.

He will compete for a starting spot alongside academy striker Eddie Nketiah.

The Brazilian previously worked with Arteta when the Spaniard was Guardiola’s assistant to the reigning champions.



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