Done Deal: Gabriel Jesus becomes Arsenal’s highest paid player at the moment

Sources says Arsenal’s signing of Gabriel Jesus has been COMPLETED, with a staggering five-year agreement signed.

Arsenal have struck a £45 million agreement to sign Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus. Personal terms have been agreed upon, and confirmation is on the way.


Last season, he scored eight Premier League goals and will lead the line for Mikel Arteta’s men. Since joining Pep Guardiola’s team in 2017, he has won four Premier League championships.


And the Gunners’ shopping spree is far from over, with reports claiming that the club is more than willing to meet Ajax’s £42 million valuation of centre-back Lisandro Martinez.


Arsenal is also in early negotiations with Raphina, a Leeds winger.


Outgoing Manchester City forward, Gabriel Jesus has become the highest paid player at Arsenal.

According to talkSPORT, the Brazilian’s £45million move to Arsenal is ‘100 percent done’.

The Brazil international has signed a five-year contract with Mikel Arteta’s side, ending his five-and-a-half years spell at Manchester City.

Also, transfer expert Fabrizio Romano reports that Jesus has agreed personal terms with the club.

Jesus has been a top transfer target for the Gunners this summer, after the 25-year-old stated his desire to stay in the Premier League.

Jesus has appeared in 159 Premier League games, scoring 58 goals and providing 32 assists.

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