Arsenal has officially confirmed Gabriel Jesus signing from Manchester City, MySportDab reports.
Gabriel Jesus joins them from Manchester City after successfully passing his medical after a €45 million agreement was reached for a move.
The Brazilian is their 3rd signing of the summer window, having signed Fabio Vieira and Matt Turner, who both have been revealed by the club early.
Mikel Arteta has been backed with the necessary cash needed to make make a move in the transfer window, which they are doing good.
Arsenal has other targets they will be working on following the conclusion of Gabriel Jesus’ move, which they now have to focus on Lisandro Martinez’s talks.
The Gunners have made an offer of €35 million for the defender who they are Ajax will come to accept the fee offered by the English Premier League side.
They are still waiting to know what decision will be made concerning that move; for now, they have announced another one in Gabriel Jesus.
The striker will be replacing Aubameyang, who left for Barcelona during the winter window after terminating his contract with Arsenal, where he was the highest-paid player.
Here Is What Gabriel Jesus Said Via Arsenal Official Website:
Gabriel Jesus on Mikel Arteta: “We spoke a couple of times about the club, about the project, the future of the club.
“It was good, it was amazing. I believe 100 per cent in Mikel”.
“I had a very good time with him before, he’s a very good guy & very good coach”.
Mikel Arteta Also Added:
“I’m very excited. The club has done a tremendous job to recruit a player of this stature.
“I know Gabriel personally very well, and we all know him well from his time in the Premier League and being really successful here.
“This is a position that’s been on our radar for a long time now and we have managed to get a player that we all wanted, so I’m really happy.”
Arsenal have their man, and they will be hoping things can officially kick off with their preseason ahead of the new campaign.
Gabriel Jesus will be occupying the number 9 role which has been shared amongst Nicolas Pepe, Alexander Lacazette and Edward Nketiah.