Arsenal have already agreed personal terms with Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus, according to Rudy Galetti.
The Italian journalist believes the Gunners have a “reached an agreement” over a five-year deal, although they are still trying to find a compromise over the transfer fee with City:
📌 To let him go, #ManCity want €50M: discussions ongoing. In addition to #AFC, there are some 🇪🇺 clubs – including #Juventus – that are monitoring the situation of the 🇧🇷 player. 🐓⚽ #MCFC pic.twitter.com/qQpJ0LsUFC
— Rudy Galetti (@RudyGaletti) May 13, 2022
Arsenal are believed to have begun discussions with Jesus all the way back in November, so this deal has been in the works for a long time, but whether things are as advanced as Galetti suggests, it remains to be seen
Earlier this week, Jesus’s agent Marcelo Pettinati confirmed that he had talks with the Gunners but he also said that at least six other teams were interested in the striker.
Atletico Madrid and Barcelona (in addition to Juventus) are thought to be among those clubs pursuing the Brazilian international, who is expected to leave City at the end of the season with just a year remaining on his contract.