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REVEALED: The details in the deal that will bring Gabriel Jesus to Arsenal

It has been widely reported that Arsenal are very close to signing Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City and the details of this deal have been revealed.

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It is no secret by now that it looks like Arsenal have won the race for the signature of Manchester City Gabriel Jesus who wants to leave the reigning Premier League Champions after having spent most of his adult life there. The gunners were in the market for a new striker in this summer transfer window and details have emerged from the deal that will see Gabriel Jesus come to the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal made Gabriel Jesus their main summer transfer target after they decided that they would let Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang leave and also refuse to renew the contract of Alexandre Lacazette, and even though he hasn’t been the first person that they have signed but it still was clear to everyone in the football world that they were they most well positioned to sign him.

A report by ESPN has revealed some details about Arsenal’s likely signing of Gabriel Jesus as it has confirmed that the Brazilian international has signed a five year deal and that Manchester City reached an agreement of £45million plus £10million add-ons to let him go. They claim all what is left for now for the gunners is to organize Gabriel Jesus’ medical and then finish all the paperworks.

The Arsenal fans will hope that their club finishes this deal very quickly so that Gabriel Jesus is included in the squad of the North Londoners that will play in the pre-season matches.

Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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