Gabriel Jesus has been warned that as of yet, Gabriel Jesus will not be a complete deal, claiming that there is a lot of premature reporting going around.
The Brazilian international is in close partnership with Arsenal and is believed to be willing to join Mikel Artetas this summer.
Jesus has a number of other interested parties, like Chelsea and Tottenham, but Goal claims this week that a transfer to the Emirates Stadium may be completed within days.
And although Ornstein, who writes for The Athletic, acknowledges that signs are indicating a move to the Gunners, the trustworthy journalist said nothing is certain at the moment.
He told Rio Ferdinands YouTube channel that it''s a bit of a glove-fit for them. He appears open to making the move, but they have the position available now. So far, there has been a lot of premature reports, but it''s still not far off, yet.
How much will Arsenal spend on Gabriel Jesus?
As you can imagine, he won''t be expensive.
Gabriel Jesus would be Arsenal''s second most costly striker of all time, behind Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and ahead of Alexandre Lacazette.
The Gunners will pay around 50 million for a South American hitman to the Emirates Stadium.
It''s a lot of money, but after losing Lacazette on a free this month, it''s vital that Mikel Arteta, who has tied Eddie Nketiah down to a new contract, signs at least two number nines to compete with the Englishman next season.
If that''s the figure, then Arsenal must pay it because the longer the game is drawn out, the greater chances that Spurs or Chelsea nab him.