Breaking News: AC Milan agreed terms to sign ‘electric’ £45m Arsenal playmaker who has won major trophies

Breaking News: AC Milan agreed terms to sign 'electric' £45m Arsenal playmaker who has won major trophies
Breaking News: AC Milan agreed terms to sign 'electric' £45m Arsenal playmaker who has won major trophies

Breaking News: AC Milan agreed terms to sign ‘electric’ £45m Arsenal playmaker who has won major trophies

Breaking News: AC Milan agreed terms to sign ‘electric’ £45m Arsenal playmaker who has won major trophies

This summer could be hectic for Arsenal, and it appears like AC Milan may become a team that helps the Gunners financially.

In order to rejuvenate his team after heartbreakingly losing out on the championship for the second straight season,

Mikel Arteta wants to add a number of new players.

Breaking News: AC Milan agreed terms to sign 'electric' £45m Arsenal playmaker who has won major trophies
Breaking News: AC Milan agreed terms to sign ‘electric’ £45m Arsenal playmaker who has won major trophies

Naturally, the Arsenal manager acknowledges that while bringing in new players is a top priority, some players will

need to be sold.

READ MORE: Oleksandr Zinchenko, a £17 million player for Arsenal, and Vincent Kompany are interested in joining

Bayern Munich

Futures for people like Eddie Nketiah and Emile Smith Rowe are unknown. However, it’s thought that AC Milan is

keeping an eye on defender Jakub Kiwior.

Additionally, another Italian story claims Milan is now keeping an eye on another Arsenal player.

AC Milan could make a move for Gabriel Jesus this summer

According to a report from Sport Italia, Milan are looking into the market to come up with new striker targets.

In this report, it mentions Arsenal striker Gabriel Jesus could become one of the players Milan end up turning to.

If Arsenal decides to sell, it’s said they would have to give up some salary and transfer price, but nothing is off the

table, similar to Romelu Lukaku leaving Chelsea.

After Jesus, a £45 million acquisition from Manchester City, joined Oleksandr Zinchenko, the team was mostly seen

as having improved as a whole.

But by his own standards, he’s had a disappointing season and has been sidelined for further time. Leandro Trossard

is now Mikel Arteta’s preferred top choice, in fact.

Gabriel Jesus might have to be moved on

When it comes to winning league titles, there’s no hiding spot, and Arsenal may have to move on the same way that Man City did.

The “electric” Jesus ultimately fails to score enough goals to be ranked as a top nine at any team.

Yes, he contributes significantly to the game in the latter third both in terms of work rate and general play. However,

just eight goals in the previous campaign and three distinct injury absences have raised concerns.

Therefore, Jesus may very well be one of the players Arteta chooses to cut loose from and move on from.

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