Manchester United have reportedly launched a £15m offer for Palmeiras striker Gabriel Jesus.
Earlier this month, Gabriel’s agent Christian Simoes revealed that Bayern Munich and Juventus were both interested in signing the 19-year-old, who has scored 13 goals in 23 appearances for his Brazilian club this season.
According to Simoes, Juve “have scouted Gabriel”, while Bayern “have taken steps” to register their interest in a player that has also scored three times in four appearances for Brazil’s Under-23 team.
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Manchester City have also been strongly linked with a move, but according to The Express, Man United have now launched an offer for the Brazilian youngster, who has been dubbed ‘the new Neymar’.
Jesus, who missed out on a spot in Brazil’s 2016 Copa America squad due to visa issues, has previously been quoted as saying that he would choose a move to Barcelona over any other European club.