Gabriel Jesus To Arsenal 'Soon To Be Finalized'

 Journalist Fabrizio Romano has provided the "here we go" signal for Gabriel Jesus' transfer to Arsenal. This summer, there has been a lot of speculation about the Manchester City forward moving to the Emirates.

The Brazilian would solve the problem of finding a forward prior to the start of preseason, allowing attention to shift to other targets. According to the reporter, the relocation would cost about £45 million, and all personal arrangements have been entirely agreed to.

The five-year contract, which will keep him employed until 2027, is about to be finalized. Mikel Arteta will be hoping that Jesus can allay any worries about his ability to score goals in the forthcoming season.

The loss of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette, which left a hole further up the pitch, motivated the signing. The paucity of options had to be addressed even though Eddie Nketiah signed a new long-term contract.

Add to it the strikers' problems in front of goal during the previous season, when goals were scored by members of every position on the team. While that might be a good thing, the lack of a notable finisher in the top four race might have been costly.

"He puts the ball in the net - that's priority number one," Arteta remarked in reference to the requirement for a striker. goal threat Any winning squad needs a sufficient number of goal threats. You are powerless without it.

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