The Both London Clubs are known to be stern Rivals but not when it comes to transfer targets as Chelsea see theirselves as the bigger boys compared to Arsenal.
Arsenal would like to See star forward Alexandre Lacazette leave the club for free as they are trying to add fresh bloods to their attacking side after Mikel Arteta forcefully Sent Pierre Emerick Aubameyang out of the Club.
With that in mind, Arsenal have Transfer target which they hope would spark a new fire at the Emirates in their supposed new Era.
Who is the Player
Amongst those players are Gabriel Jesus of Manchester city, Victor Osimehn of Napoli and Alexander Isak of Real Sociadad.
The other two transfer Targets aside Gabriel Jesus seems very unlikely to happen as they are way too expensive and the players do not look like they want a move out of their comfort Zone yet.
The only realistic target on their list is Gabriel Jesus and despite the fact he is already a surplus to requirements in the Manchester city Squad Pep Guardiola does not hope to sell him cheap as he intends getting around 55 Million Euros for the Star Striker.
Chelsea on the other hand a4e desperate looking for options to booster their attacking line and a move for Timo werner and Romelu Lukaku out of the club Looks realistic as they were both Misses given that they both failed to meet the expectations the club has for them prior the investment on their transfers.
Arsenal are pricing the Supposed Gabriel Jesus transfer to be around 45 million euros but chelsea would seemingly buy him outrightly for the 55 Million Euros minus Clause’s.
How Does Gabriel Jesus fit Chelsea Plans?
Jesus is a striker like Werner, has Blistering pace, can beat a man on 1v1 situations, can defend, he is very creative but lack real Goalscoring instincts but he is clearly better than anyone Chelsea currently have in their attack.
Did I forget to mention Gabriel Jesus can play anywhere in attack he is a versatile forward and would be an asset for Chelsea going forward should a move for him turn out to be official.
AS were the first to break the News, our verdict is you should not take this transfer news to be something serious it might just end up being a mere paper talk.
How would one think Chelsea would move from Splashing huge amount of money on first team players who were firing in Europe like Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku to a player who could not bench and injury prone Sergio aguero or an incoming youngster Erling Haaland.
This news is obviously paper talk.