Transfer rumour: Juventus wants Man City's Gabriel Jesus

Juventus reportedly wants Gabriel Jesus to link up with Mauro Icardi in attack.

Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus   -  Getty Images

Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus is reportedly on Serie A giant Juventus' radar.

Jesus, 22, has struggled for regular game time since arriving at City from Palmeiras in early 2017.

And Juve may be prepared to take the Brazil international to Turin.

 

TOP STORY – JUVENTUS WANT MAN CITY'S JESUS

Juventus wants Jesus in a €69.9million (£58.5m) move, according to The Sun.

The report adds the Serie A champion also wants Mauro Icardi, who is on loan at Paris Saint-Germain from Inter.

Jesus has scored 36 goals in 90 Premier League games for City, but just 48 of those have been starts.

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- Newcastle United remains keen to sign Lille midfielder Boubakary Soumare. Le 10 Sport says the Premier League club is continuing to press for the 20-year-old to make the move after being unable to get a deal done in January.

- Arsenal is eager to re-sign Bukayo Saka. The 18-year-old, who has impressed at left-back, is in talks over a lucrative long-term deal, according to The Times.

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