Premier League Transfer Tips: Gabriel Jesus’ Next Club

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Manchester City signed Gabriel Jesus from Brazilian side Palmeiras in 2017 for a fee reported to be in the region of £27 million, if they do sell him this summer, they are expected to get a lot more than that for him.

Jesus is a talented and versatile forward and can play anywhere in an attacking role, whether that is a centre forward, an out-and-out striker, a winger or even a false number nine.

He has scored 37 goals in 92 appearances since joining Manchester City, he is also a Brazil international with 18 goals under his belt from 39 caps.

It is highly unlikely that Jesus will be leaving City just yet, but here is a brief update of the clubs currently monitoring his every move:

Gabriel Jesus; Next Club: Real Madrid @ 15/2 Paddy Power

Gabriel Jesus insists he is happy at Manchester City, but he still has ambitions of being one of the best players in the world. If Real Madrid came knocking with an official bid, it would be difficult for Jesus to turn them down. Not many teams refuse to join Real Madrid. If he wants to win the Champions League in the near future, then Real Madrid might be his best option.

Gabriel Jesus' Next Club: Barcelona @ 14/1 Paddy Power

Barcelona will push Real Madrid all the way for the signature of Jesus. If you have both Real and Barca fighting to sign you, then you must be doing something right. Jesus’ style of football will go well in Spain and the 22-year-old could be seen as the future of the club seeing as Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez cannot go on forever.

Gabriel Jesus' Next Club: Juventus @ 20/1 Paddy Power

Juventus cannot rely on Cristiano Ronaldo forever; they will need a plan in place to cope with life without the former Real Madrid and Manchester United star. Jesus might not be as talented and gifted as Ronaldo, but he is still young, and he is capable of being the man at Juventus and guide them to glory in the Champions League.