Mikel Arteta CLASHES With Arsenal Owners Over Gabriel Jesus Deal!(Full Details)

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Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has clashed with Arsenal owners over delay and indecision on Gabriel Jesus deal, MySportDab reports.

The Gunners have been pursuing the Manchester City striker who will be leaving the Etihad very soon.

Gabriel Jesus has been an out-of-favour member of the Manchester City squad after the arrival of Erling Haaland at the Etihad.

Meanwhile, some clubs have shown interest in signing Gabriel Jesus, with Arsenal among the top teams seeking the services of the Brazilian striker.

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An order from Arsenal American owners stipulating that all transfer deals must pass through their table has erred, Mikel Arteta.

According to dailymail, the owners of Arsenal have insisted that they have to approve tentative deals initiated by Arteta.

This has got the Spaniard, and former Arsenal player angered due to some hiccups the new order will bring to transfer deals and negotiations.

This implies that possible signings and progress of potential deals could be stalled, including the Gabriel Jesus deal.

Mikel Arteta has been said to be frustrated and confused by the new order.

The frustration is linked to the possibility of Arsenal falling out of a potential deal with Gabriel Jesus.

Arteta had initiated the Gabriel Jesus deal as Arsenal sought to bolster their attack against the following season.

The Gunners have narrowly lost a top-four finish to Tottenham and will be settling for a Europa League campaign next season.

Gabriel Jesus has been available for transfer two months ago, and the Gunners may miss out if the face-off between Arteta and the club owners continues.


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