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Manchester City “seem willing” to allow Gabriel Jesus to leave on “loan with obligation to buy” amid Juventus interest, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Jesus, who has scored 14 goals in 42 appearances, could be the next City man on his way away from Etihad, following the departure of Sergio Aguero.
City are eager to improve the squad for the next season, with Harry Kane being their number one target for the summer transfer window. It could open a door for Juventus in their pursuit of Jesus.
On Gabriel Jesus: #ManCity ‘seem willing to grant a loan with an obligation to buy’, allowing Juventus to ‘spread the investment over several seasons’. The Serie A side would prefer a loan with option to buy, however that is ‘almost impossible’.
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