Arsenal transfer news and rumours: £50m Gabriel Jesus close, Fabio Vieira to follow and forward message sent


Although Arsenal have yet to sign a proper first-team squad this summer, they remain one of the most talked-about clubs when it comes to transfer rumours.

Indeed, despite missing out on Champions League football, Mikel Arteta is keen on a number of eye-catching offers as he looks to help his young side take a step forward next season.

With players gone in the last two windows, the Spaniard has another chance to really make this squad his own after a difficult recruitment period during the post-Arsene Wenger era so far.

Here is the latest Arsenal transfer news and rumors…

Gabriel Jesus

Gabriel Jesus could move to Arsenal for £50m

/ Getty Images

The Times claims Gabriel Jesus is close to a £50m move to the Emirates Stadium.

Linked with both Tottenham and Chelsea, Arsenal will surely have had some nerves about missing out on their main attacking target, but those fears appear to have been put to rest.

Jesus is said to want a move to Arsenal after Erling Haaland signed from City and a move could finally be close.

Fabio Viera

/ AFP via Getty Images

Diario Noticias claim that Arsenal have reached an agreement with Porto over the possible transfer of midfielder Fabio Vieira.

It is claimed that the 22-year-old will soon be an Arsenal player, although it is unclear whether or not this will impact their pursuit of Youri Tielemans.

The Portugal U21 international is reportedly set to travel to north London in the coming hours ahead of a deal which could cost up to £34million.

Bullish transfer message

Arsenal take a hardline approach when it comes to selling players

/ Getty Images

According to The Sun, Arsenal are fed up.

Having apparently received low ball offers for Bernd Leno, Hector Bellerin and Lucas Torreira, the club have reportedly told interested parties to pay or move on.

Desperate to gut the squad and create space for new signings, but Arsenal are not ready to be exploited.

standard Sport

Not all news on the site expresses the point of view of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor.
Back to top button