Gabriel Jesus stock continues to rise as he has slowly become one of the best forwards in the world. The Manchester City star has scored 51 goals in 135 Premier League matches and a total of 83 goals in 199 games for City.
At the international level Gabriel Jesus has netted 18 times for Brazil and won the 2019 Copa America. Considered a vital part of the Brazilians plans to win the 2022 World Cup, the former Palmeiras man has accomplished a lot since moving to Europe. Gabriel Jesus has won 9 titles with Manchester City, 3 of them Premier League crowns.
Now a report from Calciomercato in Italy has stated that Gabriel Jesus is wanted by two major teams in Europe, here are the two clubs in question and Gabriel Jesus' chances of playing for them.
According to the report Juventus really wants Gabriel Jesus following the loss of Cristiano Ronaldo. Juventus would have to shell out a large transfer fee, but at 24, and in his prime, Juve would be willing to buy the forward for next season.
The current forward line for the Italian giants consists of Alvaro Morata, Paulo Dybala, Moise Kean and Kaio Jorge. Neither one of the four names have truly convinced the fan base and brass to truly take the reigns left behind by CR7.
Bayern are not known for being huge spenders but in Gabriel Jesus case they could make an exception considering they want to line up a replacement for goal machine, Robert Lewandowski who has two years left on his current deal and Bayern will want to buy a forward before that.
At Bayern Munich besides Lewandowski, the forward line consists of Thomas Müller, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, Kingsley Coman, Leroy Sané, and Serge Gnabry. All players Gabriel Jesus could beat out for a starting position and Müller is more of a midfielder than forward.
This season Gabriel Jesus kicked off his Manchester City campaign with 1 goal in 4 games but does have three assists, showcasing he could also be a good setup man.