Man City ‘ready’ to sanction Gabriel Jesus exit to Juventus, more transfer rumors
Manchester City “appear willing” to allow Gabriel Jesus to exit to Juventus this summer.
This is according to the Italian point of sale Gazzetta dello Sport who report that the old lady would like to sign Jesus on loan with a purchase obligation, which would allow the cash-strapped Super League rebel club to spread the investment over a few years.
It is believed that Juventus would prefer to sign Jesus on loan with an option to buy instead, but the article admits that the Serie A team understand the difficulties of making such a deal, especially for a player like Jesus, 24 years, who has a bright future ahead of him. him.
There is a caveat, however, as the report suggests that Juventus have identified Jesus as the ideal candidate to replace Cristiano Ronaldo, but if the 36-year-old is to stay in Turin for another season they won’t try. to sign City’s contract. The Brazilian striker.
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Reports have emerged in Spain this week detailing Barcelona’s interest in several Blues players and now Mundo Deportivo led in their print edition with the story of the hopes of the Catalan giant to sign Raheem Sterling to replace Ousmane Dembele.
It is claimed that Dembele could leave Barcelona with a free transfer at the end of next season and that Sterling could be a perfect replacement for the Frenchman, although it has already been reported that it would take £ 80million to take Sterling away of City.