Manchester City have set an asking price of £ 43m for striker Gabriel Jesus, according to a recent report by Calciomercato.
The striker is believed to be a primary target for Juventus and although no official offer is believed to have been made at the time of this writing, the old lady is keeping an eye on the process as we move forward through the rest of the summer transfer window.
Jesus was once considered the most important man at the top of City, but that no longer seems to be the case. They are ready to move it in favor of new pastures, and equally ready to invest in their transfer budget – which we can only imagine will be over 99% of clubs in global football.
If Juve manage to get Jesus, the Brazilian will be under pressure to prove that he is still an elite talent.