Manchester City want to receive around 50 million euros from Real Madrid if they are to sell Gabriel Jesus this summer.
It is widely believed that the Brazilian international striker will end his term at Manchester City, especially given the recent signings of Julian Alvarez and Erling Haaland in his place.
This was agreed in April when the first direct meetings were held to deal with the situation. Both the player and the club would like to see a deal made this summer as his current contract expires in 2023.
Real Madrid, as journalist Anton Meana told Cadena SER, are looking into the situation, but there are many other clubs that have emerged as a destination for the 25-year-old.
That sounds powerful by Arsenal, although there is no official proposal. Tottenham, who want to offer Antonio Conte a certified project, are also interested.
On the other hand, Chelsea have expressed their interest, but are lagging behind due to their limited control room due to their complex institutional status, with Borussia Dortmund coming in call-ups from Germany.
Real Madrid are eagerly awaiting the signing of the Brazilian international as manager of the sport and Carlo Ancelotti are impressed with him.
His salary will not be too high but also not cheap. He currently earns 7.5m euros a year at City and may want a similar or improved contract at Real Madrid.
Another factor to consider is that of the non-EU population, currently housed at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu by Vinicius, Rodrygo, and Eder Militao.
The big city club had hoped to deliver Vinicius on a European passport right now, but the delay created uncertainty that prevented them from surrendering to Jesus Jesus. And this problem can be straightforward.