Transfers: Arsenal in doubts over Gianluca Scamacca and Jesus updates

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Arsenal have shown interest in Sassuolo forward Gianluca Scamacca. However, they are in doubt as to the Gunner wonder if Scamacca can link up with others.

Scamacca has had a good season for Sassuolo as he has scored 16 goals in 36 appearances. However, Arsenal wonders if the forward can adapt to the Premier League. Moreover, they wonder if Scamacca has the ability for the quick link-up play.

Arsenal have kept Gabriel Jesus as their primary target for the Summer as they are out forwards. With Aubameyang moving to Barcelona, Lacazette confirmed to leave and Nketiah’s contract situation, Arsenal are in dire need of a forward. Jesus is an exceptional talent who has been playing in the Premier League for some time, Moreover, he has been playing at Manchester City where they ensure quick link-up play.

Guardiola rates Jesus highly

Guardiola rates Jesus highly and spoke about him and his contract situation earlier in the second half of the season.

“I want to tell you something, Gabriel is our player. I don’t know what is going to happen but he is a Manchester City player. But Gabriel doesn’t need to do a performance like today to score four goals to know exactly what he can do. Against Liverpool in the FA Cup, he had two clear chances man to man and he missed them, but always he is there, and Gabriel has this incredible ability because he is always thinking what is the best for the team.

A thousand million movements, he doesn’t get the ball and he still makes a thousand million movements for the other ones. And personally, when he has nights like this I am the happiest man in the world because always he’s there. If he doesn’t play he’s there training the day after like it’s his last day, that’s why he will have a long career, he will have a successful career because of the incredible positivity in his mind and thinks for the team.

What we have done this season we have done with Gabriel, Gabriel is one of the best. But every player is happy here when they play all the time 90 minutes every game. Maybe at the end of the season he says, ‘No I don’t want to sign the contract’, (or) we convince him to stay, maybe he decides, ‘I want more minutes, I want to leave’. Nobody knows. Now I don’t care. I want focus, we have seven games left, potentially eight games, we have less than one month, that’s all.”

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