Brazilian star and Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus is set to move to Arsenal as the Gunners agree the deal with Pep and team.
Mikel Arteta has named the Brazil international as his top target to strengthen his striker options this summer, and Arsenal and City have been in negotiations for weeks about Gabriel Jesus.
The two Premier League clubs came to an understanding on Friday, and Arsenal is now hoping to close a deal for the four-time Premier League champion soon.
Since joining Manchester City in 2016–17, Jesus has tallied 58 goals and provided 29 assists in the league.
He moved there as a teenager and went on to win four Premier League championships, three League Cups, and one FA Cup with Manchester City.
Fabrizio Romano, the football enthusiast, also confirmed the reports of the two PL clubs being in the deal news for Jesus
“Arsenal and Manchester City have reached full verbal agreement today for Gabriel Jesus. Deal in place after new meeting – been told guaranteed fee is £45m. #AFC Arsenal are now working on personal terms with Gabriel’s camp – final step to get the deal completed very soon,” tweeted Romano.