Report: Arsenal to offer Gabriel Jesus contract worth £190,000-a-week
Arsenal are ready to offer Gabriel Jesus a contract worth £190,000-a-week, with The Sun reporting that the Gunners’ offer would be higher than anything else on the table for the Brazilian this summer.
Jesus remains heavily linked with a move to the Emirates. In fact, reports on Saturday that Arsenal are growing even more confident that they are getting closer to a deal.
Edu hopes £40 million will be enough to sign the Manchester City star.
The Sun’s latest report suggests that the Premier League champions want at least £50 million for Jesus. So a compromise may be needed somewhere. But Arsenal are ready to go big on the wages they offer the 25-year-old.
The Sun reports that Jesus earns £110,000-a-week at the Etihad Stadium. Arsenal are prepared to put a deal worth £190,000-a-week on the table. And that is more than what Jesus is being offered anywhere else.
Arsenal ready to offer Gabriel Jesus £190,000-a-week contract
Arsenal fans will hope that the end is in sight in the bid to land Jesus. It has been apparent for some time that the Gunners want the Manchester City man.
It does Mikel Arteta’s men no favours if talks drag on. Of course, they will want the best deal possible. But they are clearly ready to spend big to bring the forward to North London.
Jesus is an ‘exceptional‘ striker with a superb record at City when you consider that he has rarely been the main man.
The contract on offer at Arsenal makes a big statement. It shows how highly the Gunners would value Jesus.
Hopefully for Arsenal, the latest reports highlight that the club are now ready to go and get a deal across the line in the coming days.
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