Arsenal are not giving up the fight for Gabriel Jesus. Although other options such as Atletico Madrid have also emerged, right now the Gunners are in a very good position to sign the Brazilian.
The truth is that the arrival of Erling Haaland at Manchester City, as well as the already confirmed arrival of Julian Alvarez this winter, leaves Jesus with little chance of making a place for himself in Pep Guardiola’s plans.
For this reason, both parties have understood that the best thing to do would be a change of scenery that satisfies both sides. At 25 years of age, he enjoys a good reputation in Europe. For this reason, the London club would be willing to make a strong bid for him.
According to 'The Sun’, the Emirates would put a figure close to 42 million euros on the table to convince the Sky Blues to let the striker leave. Negotiations are intensifying and the transfer could not take too long.
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