Arsenal has also been linked with a move for the Brazilian, with The Times stating last week that the Gunners are ‘quietly confident’ of luring the City star away from their North London rivals.
Chelsea might be set to join the fight for Jesus, according to the Evening Standard, with City reportedly offering the Blues a chance to sign the forward.
According to the source, the 25-year-representatives old’s are looking into all of his possibilities this summer and have contacted a number of teams.
Jesus is claimed to have conducted conversations with both Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal, with Mikel Arteta’s interest being the’most concrete.’
Real Madrid is also interested in the attacker, according to the Evening Standard, but the City forward wants to stay in the Premier League if he leaves the Etihad this summer.
According to the article, Pep Guardiola’s team hopes to generate roughly £50 million from Jesus’ sale by inciting a bidding war for the forward.
Web Thoughts on the Spurs
Spurs would be far better off signing Jesus than Richarlison. I believe the City star, on the other hand, would want to play through the center and be the key man up front at his next club.
Richarlison is more likely to accept a rotational/bit-part position or be asked to play out wide. The Tottenham administration would not have pursued Jesus if they did not believe he was a viable objective.