Arsenal chief Edu has confirmed that Gunners have reach verbal agreements to sign Brazilian duo after announcement of their summer transfer signing.
Arsenal on the verge to complete another summer signing after they welcome Fábio Vieira to the Emirates stadium as their summer transfer window opener.
“Official, confirmed. Fábio Vieira has joined Arsenal on a permanent deal from Porto for €35m plus €5m add ons. It’s finally completed after the medical tests last Friday.… and now, Arsenal next step and priority: Gabriel Jesus.”
Arsenal set to complete Gabriel Jesus transfer deal after verbal agreement reached with Manchester City.
Arsenal and Manchester City have reached full verbal agreement today for Gabriel Jesus. Deal in place after new meeting – been told guaranteed fee is £45m.
Arsenal are now working on personal terms with Gabriel’s camp – final step to get the deal completed very soon.”
“Arsenal director Edu working also this weekend on final details for Gabriel Jesus deal, in order to complete the agreement also on personal terms with a five year deal on the table.
Deal 100% agreed between clubs with City to receive £45m fee, as reported yesterday”, according to Fabrizio Romano.
After Gabriel next to finalize signing of another Brazilian international, as Mikel Arteta and Edu recruiting quality players ahead the start of next season.
“Arsenal and Tottenham are both still working on Raphinha. Barcelona, no fresh bid as of now. No one reached an agreement with Leeds yet, asking £65m fee, stronger after Kalvin deal.
Next week can be crucial. Chelsea also called Leeds, but Sterling is top priority”
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