Report: 'Incredible' player's agent is flying to England right now to complete Arsenal deal
Arsenal are inching ever closer to that elusive deal for Gabriel Jesus, with Goal now claiming the City star’s agents are on their way to England.
Every day seems to have brought a new update when it comes to Jesus and Arsenal. The likes of Tottenham and Chelsea have threatened to spoil the party, but Arsenal seem to be furthest down the line. And now Goal’s report, put together by the reliable Arsenal journalist Charles Watts, seems to suggest the final stages are near.
Jesus’ agents are said to now be on their way over to England as we write this up. That move would suggest an urgency among both parties to sort the deal. It also suggests that Arsenal and Manchester City have some sort of agreement in place over a fee.
For Arsenal and Mikel Arteta, landing Gabriel Jesus has been a priority for some time. They need a striker, and with Eddie Nketiah having signed fresh terms, could now look forward to an exciting young pairing up top.
Jesus, who has been branded as an ‘incredible‘ player before, can be expected to be used as the main number nine under Arteta.
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Well, it looks like it is! There seems to be almost hourly updates on certain transfers at the moment and Gabriel Jesus is one of those transfers.
Earlier today Goal had also reported how the Gunners felt they were close to doing the deal and now it seems that they are inching ever closer.
The signing of Jesus is just what Arsenal needs right now. They need a forward, someone who is used to winning, and someone with a point to prove as well. All in all, this seems a top transfer, should Arsenal get it over the line.
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