Gabriel Jesus is expected to leave Manchester City this summer as the Blues want to raise important funds in the wake of their acquisitions of Julian Alvarez and Erling Haaland and as they continue their search for a new left-back.
Gabriel Jesus, a striker for Manchester City, is reportedly ready to move his delegation to London in order to expedite his transfer to Arsenal.
Following the debuts of Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez, Jesus is slated to depart City this summer. Jesus had a strong conclusion to the previous campaign, scoring big goals against Real Madrid, Liverpool, and four goals against Watford.
However, the player wants to experience normal game time, which is now more ambiguous as a result of Haaland’s capture. Jesus is familiar with Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, thanks to his time spent as Pep Guardiola’s assistant at the Etihad.
Goal claims that his representatives are traveling to London to hasten the shift, and he is allegedly close to a gathering. Despite the fact that Jesus still has one year left on his contract, City may still fetch up to £50 million for him.
AS says Manchester City has set a £70 million sticker price for Bernardo Silva in the meantime. The playmaker is rumored to be leaving Barcelona this summer.
Although the Premier League champions’ asking price is rumored to be exceedingly expensive for the Spanish monsters, a move to the Nou Camp might trigger Frenkie de Jong’s departure for Manchester United. Barcelona must lower the asking price, but if City refuses to budge, an agreement is unlikely to materialize.