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Arsenal News: Arsenal could pay just £45m for three ‘world-class’ summer signings including Gabriel Jesus

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Arsenal News: Three top South American footballers may cost the Gunners as little as £45 million this summer.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and technical director Edu have put together a transfer shortlist ahead of a hectic transfer window. Last summer, they spent over £140 million on new players and are set to invest much more money in the coming months to improve Arteta’s squad.

Of course, how they finish in the Premier League will have a significant impact. For the first time in six years, Arsenal is hoping to qualify for the Champions League. And if the Gunners reclaim their place among Europe’s best, it will undoubtedly aid their recruitment efforts in north London.

Gabriel Jesus, a Manchester City striker who, according to his agent, is a fan of Arteta’s proposal at the Emirates, is one of those players.

Arsenal News: What did Jesus’s agent say?

Arsenal News: Arsenal could pay just £45m for three ‘world-class’ summer signings including Gabriel Jesus

READ MORE: “Karim Benzema Became Better After Ronaldo’s Departure” ~ Carlo Ancelotti

We talked to Arsenal about Gabriel Jesus, we like the project – it’s a possibility we’re talking about,” Jesus’ agent Marcelo Pettinati stated earlier this month. “There are six other clubs interested in Gabriel; he’s concentrating on Man City’s final games, so we’ll see.”

After City signed Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund, Jesus dropped down the pecking order at the Etihad. Following 86 goals in 89 appearances in Germany, the Norwegian striker will be Pep Guardiola’s first-choice striker.

According to reports, City is willing to let Jesus depart Manchester this summer. The Brazilian striker’s current contract expires in 13 months, and some reports have indicated that a fee of over £42 million might be enough to secure his services.

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The Gunners may also sign two more excellent players on the cheap. They are apparently close to signing Marquinhos, a Brazilian teenager, for £2.5 million in a deal that has been criticized by experts in his homeland, including World Cup champion Vampeta.

What did Vampeta say?

Arsenal News: Arsenal could pay just £45m for three 'world-class' summer signings including Gabriel Jesus
Arsenal News: Arsenal could pay just £45m for three ‘world-class’ summer signings including Gabriel Jesus

This is ridiculous,” Vampeta stated. “Marquinhos’ business. Marquinhos will be sold to Arsenal for €3 million. I’m not sure whether you recall me saying that I used to watch Audax’s academy games, especially Marquinhos’ under-15.”

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“He was already making a difference. There’s a U-15 at Sao Paulo, Marquinhos,’ I stated on the TV… now he’ll leave on a silver platter.”

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Marquinhos has been a standout for his current club Sao Paulo, making 33 senior appearances thus far. Brazil has capped him at the U16 and U17 levels, with more honours on the way. It’s possible that the deal to send him to England will be announced this week.

Can Arsenal bring Dybala to the Emirates?

Paulo Dybala might complete Arsenal’s bargain trifecta. This summer, the Argentine will be a free agent after seven years with Juventus. The 28-year-old was once considered one of Europe’s top players, earning the Serie A MVP title in 2019-20.

He won five Serie A titles, four Italian Cups, and three Italian Super Cups throughout his time at Turin. He was also a member of the 2017 Champions League finalist team.

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Inter Milan and Tottenham Hotspur are among the clubs interested in Dybala. The Gunners, on the other hand, may like their prospects if they beat their nearest opponents to qualify for the Champions League.

Arsenal News: Three top South American footballers may cost the Gunners as little as £45 million this summer.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and technical director Edu have put together a transfer shortlist ahead of a hectic transfer window. Last summer, they spent over £140 million on new players and are set to invest much more money in the coming months to improve Arteta’s squad.

Of course, how they finish in the Premier League will have a significant impact. For the first time in six years, Arsenal is hoping to qualify for the Champions League. And if the Gunners reclaim their place among Europe’s best, it will undoubtedly aid their recruitment efforts in north London.

Gabriel Jesus, a Manchester City striker who, according to his agent, is a fan of Arteta’s proposal at the Emirates, is one of those players.

Arsenal News: What did Jesus’s agent say?

Arsenal News: Arsenal could pay just £45m for three ‘world-class’ summer signings including Gabriel Jesus

READ MORE: “Karim Benzema Became Better After Ronaldo’s Departure” ~ Carlo Ancelotti

We talked to Arsenal about Gabriel Jesus, we like the project – it’s a possibility we’re talking about,” Jesus’ agent Marcelo Pettinati stated earlier this month. “There are six other clubs interested in Gabriel; he’s concentrating on Man City’s final games, so we’ll see.”

After City signed Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund, Jesus dropped down the pecking order at the Etihad. Following 86 goals in 89 appearances in Germany, the Norwegian striker will be Pep Guardiola’s first-choice striker.

According to reports, City is willing to let Jesus depart Manchester this summer. The Brazilian striker’s current contract expires in 13 months, and some reports have indicated that a fee of over £42 million might be enough to secure his services.

The Gunners may also sign two more excellent players on the cheap. They are apparently close to signing Marquinhos, a Brazilian teenager, for £2.5 million in a deal that has been criticized by experts in his homeland, including World Cup champion Vampeta.

What did Vampeta say?

Arsenal News: Arsenal could pay just £45m for three 'world-class' summer signings including Gabriel Jesus
Arsenal News: Arsenal could pay just £45m for three ‘world-class’ summer signings including Gabriel Jesus

This is ridiculous,” Vampeta stated. “Marquinhos’ business. Marquinhos will be sold to Arsenal for €3 million. I’m not sure whether you recall me saying that I used to watch Audax’s academy games, especially Marquinhos’ under-15.”

“He was already making a difference. There’s a U-15 at Sao Paulo, Marquinhos,’ I stated on the TV… now he’ll leave on a silver platter.”

Marquinhos has been a standout for his current club Sao Paulo, making 33 senior appearances thus far. Brazil has capped him at the U16 and U17 levels, with more honours on the way. It’s possible that the deal to send him to England will be announced this week.

Can Arsenal bring Dybala to the Emirates?

Paulo Dybala might complete Arsenal’s bargain trifecta. This summer, the Argentine will be a free agent after seven years with Juventus. The 28-year-old was once considered one of Europe’s top players, earning the Serie A MVP title in 2019-20.

He won five Serie A titles, four Italian Cups, and three Italian Super Cups throughout his time at Turin. He was also a member of the 2017 Champions League finalist team.

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Inter Milan and Tottenham Hotspur are among the clubs interested in Dybala. The Gunners, on the other hand, may like their prospects if they beat their nearest opponents to qualify for the Champions League.

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Arsenal News: Three top South American footballers may cost the Gunners as little as £45 million this summer.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and technical director Edu have put together a transfer shortlist ahead of a hectic transfer window. Last summer, they spent over £140 million on new players and are set to invest much more money in the coming months to improve Arteta’s squad.

Of course, how they finish in the Premier League will have a significant impact. For the first time in six years, Arsenal is hoping to qualify for the Champions League. And if the Gunners reclaim their place among Europe’s best, it will undoubtedly aid their recruitment efforts in north London.

Gabriel Jesus, a Manchester City striker who, according to his agent, is a fan of Arteta’s proposal at the Emirates, is one of those players.

Arsenal News: What did Jesus’s agent say?

Arsenal News: Arsenal could pay just £45m for three ‘world-class’ summer signings including Gabriel Jesus

READ MORE: “Karim Benzema Became Better After Ronaldo’s Departure” ~ Carlo Ancelotti

We talked to Arsenal about Gabriel Jesus, we like the project – it’s a possibility we’re talking about,” Jesus’ agent Marcelo Pettinati stated earlier this month. “There are six other clubs interested in Gabriel; he’s concentrating on Man City’s final games, so we’ll see.”

After City signed Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund, Jesus dropped down the pecking order at the Etihad. Following 86 goals in 89 appearances in Germany, the Norwegian striker will be Pep Guardiola’s first-choice striker.

According to reports, City is willing to let Jesus depart Manchester this summer. The Brazilian striker’s current contract expires in 13 months, and some reports have indicated that a fee of over £42 million might be enough to secure his services.

The Gunners may also sign two more excellent players on the cheap. They are apparently close to signing Marquinhos, a Brazilian teenager, for £2.5 million in a deal that has been criticized by experts in his homeland, including World Cup champion Vampeta.

What did Vampeta say?

Arsenal News: Arsenal could pay just £45m for three 'world-class' summer signings including Gabriel Jesus
Arsenal News: Arsenal could pay just £45m for three ‘world-class’ summer signings including Gabriel Jesus

This is ridiculous,” Vampeta stated. “Marquinhos’ business. Marquinhos will be sold to Arsenal for €3 million. I’m not sure whether you recall me saying that I used to watch Audax’s academy games, especially Marquinhos’ under-15.”

“He was already making a difference. There’s a U-15 at Sao Paulo, Marquinhos,’ I stated on the TV… now he’ll leave on a silver platter.”

Marquinhos has been a standout for his current club Sao Paulo, making 33 senior appearances thus far. Brazil has capped him at the U16 and U17 levels, with more honours on the way. It’s possible that the deal to send him to England will be announced this week.

Can Arsenal bring Dybala to the Emirates?

Paulo Dybala might complete Arsenal’s bargain trifecta. This summer, the Argentine will be a free agent after seven years with Juventus. The 28-year-old was once considered one of Europe’s top players, earning the Serie A MVP title in 2019-20.

He won five Serie A titles, four Italian Cups, and three Italian Super Cups throughout his time at Turin. He was also a member of the 2017 Champions League finalist team.

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Inter Milan and Tottenham Hotspur are among the clubs interested in Dybala. The Gunners, on the other hand, may like their prospects if they beat their nearest opponents to qualify for the Champions League.

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