Arsenal are stepping up talks to sign Jesus from Manchester City, but Mikel Arteta has scaled back his initial plan to bring in seven new first-team players this summer (The Sun, June 4); Jesus' agent, Marcelo Pettinati, has claimed that talks over the Manchester City forward's future will progress after the international break (The Sun, June (Daily Mirror, May 27).
Sterling is considering letting his Manchester City contract expire and leaving on a free transfer next summer rather than joining Tottenham or Arsenal for a price (Sunday Mirror, June 5; Arsenal are ready to investigate a move for Sterling if his Manchester City deal expires this summer) (Daily Telegraph, May 10).
Arsenal and Tottenham have been approached about signing Barcelona defender Lenglet on a loan deal (Sunday Times, June 5).
Newcastle are preparing a "monster bid" for Napoli striker Osimhen this summer, with Arsenal admitting that his £85 million asking price is too much for them to consider (Sunday Express, June 5).
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