Manchester City have set the rules for the conversion of Gabriel Jesus with Arsenal – says Fabrizio Romano.
The loud move in the Premier League with the Brazilian representative enters a decisive phase. This is evidenced by the information provided by Fabrizio Romano between Manchester City and Arsenal regarding the formation of a verbal agreement on compensation for the attacking player.
The center-forward, who can play on both wings, has to go to the Emirates Stadium for a base amount of £ 45m (€ 52.3m) and a bonus.
These should not exceed £ 5m (€ 5.8m) as citizens previously valued the services of a 25-year-old youth at 50m.
Romano now insists that the fate of the whole operation lies only in reaching an agreement between the footballer and the London club. The shareholders have been discussing the terms of the personal agreement for some time and now need to get up to speed.
Gabriel Jesus joined Etihad Stadium in January 2017 from Palmyra for 32 million. Since then, he has played in 236 Manchester City matches, scoring 96 wins and 46 assists.
The Brazilian, who is associated with the current boss until the end of the 2022/2023 season, won four championships and four English League trophies with the team led by Pep Cardiola.
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