Four men on Arsenal’s wishlist profiled as club ‘open’ to selling Gabriel Jesus


The coming summer transfer window could be a pivotal one for Arsenal as they decide whether to stick or twist with Gabriel Jesus.

Brazil striker Jesus, signed from Manchester City in 2022, is valuable to the team for his link-up play but has not been prolific in front of goal. The 27-year-old has just eight goals to his name this season in nearly 2,000 minutes of club football, after finishing with 11 in his injury-hit debut campaign.

Arsenal are said to be open to cashing in on the number nine, who cost £45million when he moved from the Etihad Stadium. Premier League stars Ivan Toney and Alexander Isak are in contention to take his place, along with RB Leipzig’s Benjamin Sesko and Sporting CP’s Viktor Gyokeres.

A new striker would be seen as a statement from the Gunners, who are the top scorers in the Premier League but are on course for a fourth straight season without a player reaching 20 league goals. Here, Mirror Football takes a closer look at the contenders to join Mikel Arteta’s squad

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