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Tottenham Hotspur want to thwart Arsenal plans to sign Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus

Tottenham are believed to be ready to hijack Jesus from Arsenal’s reach.

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly looking to hijack Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus out of Arsenal’s reach this summer.

The Gunners need a new striker after missing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette over the past six months. Jesus is said to be their main target at this time.

Eddie Nketiah actually signed another contract extension with the club at the weekend, but manager Mikel Arteta is still targeting Jesus.

Reported The MirrorTottenham hope to thwart Arsenal’s plans to land Jesus by making a new bid for the 25-year-old Brazilian.

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Spurs manager Antonio Conte has been impressed by Jesus’ versatility up front, and he hopes to bring him to the Tottenham Stadium.

To get the services of Jesus, both clubs must be able to meet the demand The Citizens a minimum of £50 million.

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