PREMIER - Man. City, an Italian giant back after Gabriel Jesus
Possibly parting ways with Manchester City, after four seasons and a half, 24-year old Brazilian international striker Gabriel Jesus, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, is growing into a major target for Juventus, planning to replace no less than Cristiano Ronaldo by signing former Palmeiras up-and-comer.
Capping 195 times for Citizens, and scoring 82 goals therein, Gabriel Jesus' latest campaign had an overall slightly less brilliant outcome than the ones before. In such wake, in spite of an ongoing mid-term contract, whose deadline is set at June 2023, the 1997-born hitman might end up leaving, most likely on an about 70 million euros transfer fee. To this end, more clubs might be back after hi such as Inter Milan and Real Madrid, while Tottenham are already keeping him up as an Harry Kane replacement, as long as the latter actually ends up leaving.