Jesus has a little more than 12 months left from his current contract with Manchester City. The situation with his contract, combined with the arrival of Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez, has led to speculation about his future at Etihad Stadium.
Arsenal are credited with the signing of the 25-year-old. This became clear in April The gunners are negotiating with the player’s representatives to relocate Emirates Stadium.
It is reported that the giants of north London have turned to Manchester City with an offer of 50 million euros for Jesus. The Brazilian national is now trying to persuade the citizens of the city and Pep Guardiola to sanction this move.
Meanwhile, it is claimed that Arsenal’s main rival Tottenham is also interested in acquiring the services of Jesus this summer. According to the aforementioned source, “the spurs are moving under the radar” to sign with the former Palmeiras striker.
Antonio Conte is aware that the deal for Jesus is difficult due to competition from gunners. However, according to the report, they are trying to possibly hijack their rivals for the Brazilian.
Arsenal, on the other hand, are ready to do everything they can to sign him from Manchester City, if the report is to be believed. Although they have been working on a landing deal for some time, negotiations could soon enter a crucial phase.
Jesus worked with Mikel Arteta during the Spaniard’s time as Guardiola’s assistant at the Etihad Stadium. A meeting of the two at the Emirates Stadium can be expected soon. It remains to be seen whether Tottenham can beat Arteta’s team with his signature.
How did Arsenal and Tottenham deal with Jesus for Manchester City?
Jesus joined Manchester City from the Brazilian club Palmeiras for about 31.5 million euros in 2017. Since then, he has played 236 games in all competitions for the Premier League champions.
The Brazilian found the back of the net 95 times during his stay at Etihad Stadium. He also provided 46 assists for his teammates during the trial.
Jesus helped the townspeople win a total of ten trophies, including four Premier League titles. He was in good shape for the club last season, scoring 13 and giving 12 assists in 41 games. However, we have yet to see where the future lies for him.