Arsenal exploring a deal for Gabriel Jesus as he expects to leave Manchester City this summer

Gabriel Jesus is allegedly set to leave Manchester City this summer.

Jesus’ present Manchester City agreement ends in the summer of 2023, however as he gets to the penultimate year of his term this summer, teams across Europe might just want to rush in for the 25-year-old at a reduced fee. 

Gabriel Jesus is scheduled to leave Manchester City in the summertime in dire need of a new challenge. Under Pep Guardiola, the striker has been mostly sidelined this season, with the Premier League club prepared to hear offers once the season closes.

Gabriel Jesus was scheduled to quit Manchester City the previous summer following Pep Guardiola expressed his intention of replacing his attacking options. Nevertheless, the Premier League club’s reluctance to buy Harry Kane spurred them to preserve the Brazilian, who has played well this season.

Guardiola’s judgment has been validated by an output of 7 goals and 11 assists throughout all competitions, as Manchester City remains in contention for the UEFA Champions League and Premier League titles. Meanwhile, the Citizens are poised to acquire a star attacker this summer, that might permit them to ease Jesus of his commitments.

Manchester City is moving in upon a contract to acquire Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund, effectively finishing Jesus’ tenure at the team. The Brazilian has a great name from his stint in the Premier League, that might help him earn a transfer to a massive team in the summer transfer window.

Per Jorgenicola and David Ornstein, Arsenal is considering acquiring Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus in the summer transfer window. Talks among Arsenal’s technical director Edu and Jesus’ agents are reported to have been underway for some months, and the 25-year-old is said to have been interested in the idea as per The Athletic.

Jesus had a prolific spell in Manchester, netting 89 goals in 220 games for Manchester City and managed to win the Premier League three times. When the current season concludes, he might add a fourth league title, and the desirable Champions League trophy is also a possible prospect.

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