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Jesus to La Liga giant in the summer?

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Gabriel Jesus is having a fantastic start at Arsenal. The brasilian is doing wonders with Gunners. The fans are happy with Jesus, but he can leave Arsenal faster than everyone thought. Because of his great performances, some big teams wants him in very next summer.

One of the teams that likes Jesus is Real Madrid. As “Sun” reports, “The Galactios” will make an offer for him. Carlo Ancelotti likes him and think that Jesus is perfect replacement for Karim Benzema who is in the end of his carer.

Real Madrid wante Jesus in the last summer but their focus was Mbappe and Haaland. Jesus was third option, but the brasilian made a decision to go at Arsenal.

Arsenal star Gabriel Jesus has impressed since joining the club in the summer, adding an instant impact to the team at the front end of the pitch. Signing for £45million from Manchester City, the Brazilian is seemingly the perfect fit for the football that Mikel Arteta is looking to play.

In landing the forward, Arsenal had to beat a whole host of teams, including London rivals Chelsea and Tottenham in the summer window. Amongst the sides interested was also Real Madrid, with the Spanish giants eyeing a potential move for Jesus when he became available.

This never materialised though as Los Blancos already had three non-EU players in their squad and were unable to sign another until one left or gained citizenship. Since then, all three of Vinicius Jr, Eder Militao and Rodrygo have gained a Spanish passport, freeing up squad spaces for non-EU players.
Amid such a development, GOAL reports, via the Sun, that Real Madrid are interested in making a return swoop for Jesus in the near future. The Brazilian is seen as a perfect understudy to striker Karim Benzema – who has just won the Ballon d’Or for his performances over the past year.

It could leave the Gunners in a transfer battle to keep their own striker, though with a five-year contract already signed, they should have more say over any potential exit.

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