Arsenal have reportedly agreed a deal to replace Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus with the Gunners.
Arsenal are still in talks with Jesus Camp, but this is reportedly the last step in securing the deal.
Arsenal and City have agreed a fee in the region of £ 45 million (A65m), according to football commentator Fabrizio Romano.
The 25-year-old has one year left on his current deal and has scored 96 times in 236 appearances for Etihad.
Jesus will play under Arsenal coach Michael Arteta, who was Pep Guardiola’s assistant between 2016 and 2019.
City Marks Leeds Superstar
Manchester City have agreed to sign English midfielder Calvin Phillips from Leeds for £ 45 million, according to reports on Friday.
Premier League champions City have reportedly offered Phillips an additional 8 8million plus 42 42million.
The blockbuster move could see Phillips agree personal terms with Pep Guardiola’s side.
Guardiola chose Philippe to bolster his midfield after the departure of long-serving Brazilian Fernandinho at the end of last season.
Phillips played a key role in his return to the Premier League as a youngster two years ago.
Last year, he made his mark as England international in the European Championship final.
Phillips will be City’s second big addition since the end of last season following the arrival of Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haland.
Meanwhile, City Academy midfielder Darco Giabi is heading to Leeds for £ 5 million.
The 18-year-old Englishman, who joined City from Milwaukee four years ago, has been linked with a move away from the Phillips movement.
BUNDESLIGA GUARANTEE TO REMOVE NEW CITY
Manchester City are set to sign Premier League champions Stefan Ortega from relegation-threatened Bundesliga club Armenia Bellefeld.
The 29-year-old Bielefeld has announced that he will rejoin the club on a free transfer after his contract expires.
Ortega was one of Billefield’s best players last season, netting six goals in 33 league games, although the club finished second in the German top flight and was relegated.
Manuel Nuer, Kevin Trapp or Bernd Leno were all ruled out of last summer’s Euro 2020 final after being injured.
Agreement of Pope Big Magius
Newcastle have signed England goalkeeper Nick Pop from Burnley on a 10 10million (12 12m) deal on Thursday.
The Pope agreed to a four-year contract with Eddie Howe after a medical examination by Tennessee.
The 30-year-old, who has made eight appearances for England, has established himself as one of the country’s top goalkeepers in 141 league games for the Claretts.
Newcastle moved to the pop after Burnley were relegated last season.
“I’m here now, I can’t wait to start,” said the pope.
It took two weeks for the agreement to become a reality, but it quickly crossed the line and I am happy to be here and I look forward to getting into it. The pope is vying for the position of current Newcastle first-choice candidate Martin Dubravka.
Burnley have not won a Premier League game in nine Premier League games this season.
The Pope’s quick return to the Premier League has improved Gareth Southgate’s England squad for the World Cup in Qatar in November.
“Nick is a special Premier League and international goalkeeper, so I’m very happy to add strong competition to a key position,” said Haw.
“He has had a lot of interest from other clubs this summer, so I would like to thank our owners and everyone behind the curtain for putting us ahead of the competition.
Former Hammer Flower Editor for Dortmund
Ajax forward Sebastian Heller has flown to Germany on Thursday to replace Arlinghaland with a move to Borussia Dortmund.
After Haller landed at the city airport, he was taken by Dortmund officials for treatment.
Ivory Coast international 28-year-old is set to sign a four-year deal with Dortmund to replace Premier League champions Manchester City.
Germany’s Daily Bild says Hለርler’s move from Ajax will cost 31 million euros ($ 32.5 million), including second-placed Dortmund Bundesliga.
According to Kicker magazine, Ajax will complete the transfer in July to increase its earnings for the new fiscal year.
Hለርller was in fine form in the Champions League, including four in eight opener games against Sporting Lisbon, scoring 11 goals in eight games.
Ajax scored in both of their home and away matches against Dortmund.
Despite winning the Champions League in the last 16, Haller has scored 21 goals in 31 games for Eredivisie.
Heller will follow in the footsteps of Robert Lewandowski, Pierre-Emerick Obama and Hland, who became top stars during his time at Dortmund.