CBS journalist Ben Jacobs talked about Gabriel Jesus and Arsenal''s interest in the Brazilian on The Done Deal Show.
This summer, the Gunners were linked with a move for Jesus, and according to Jacobs, the London club may now be able to negotiate a deal.
According to a reporter, Jesus'' asking price has dropped by at least 10 million people, and now Arsenal considers the strikers'' valuation a legitimate fee.
Whats been said?
Jacobs talked about the situation in Jesus.
The fee was 55 million in Man Citys head, somewhere in the ballpark when we first spoke about it, according to Jacobs.
For whatever reason, Arsenal felt that 55 million was too high, but now that Man City are willing to accept an offer, and the value of the transaction has dropped between 10 and 12 million, thus it is well within Arsenals ballpark. Now City will let Jesus go for somewhere in the low 40 millions, so Arsenal will now see that as value, but the irony is that when you lower the price you increase the interest.
If Jesus is available for around 40 million dollars, then that will be a bargain for Arsenal.
In the United Kingdom, the striker has demonstrated his skill for years in the Premier League, scoring twice on a regular basis, despite never being a regular starter; however, if he plays every week at Arsenal, he might score for fun.
Jesus is a fantastically gifted footballer. At the age of 25, he has had his best years ahead of him.
Arsenal''s first-choice number nine might be awarded for the greatest part of the next decade for about 40 million people, and that''s a great thing of business.