Man United and Arsenal show interest in Brazilian goalie Gabriel Brazao

Man United and Arsenal show interest in Brazilian goalie Gabriel Brazao

- Arsenal and Manchester United are interested in the signing of Brazilian goalie Gabriel Brazao

- The 18-year-old stopper is also a target for Italian sides Inter Milan and Roma

- Brazao won the Golden Glove award for best goalkeeper at the 2017 U17 World Cup

18-year-old Brazilian goalkeeper Gabriel Brazao has emerged as top transfer target for Manchester United and Arsenal.

These two EPL clubs are reported to be set to fight over the teenage goalkeeper who plays for Cruzeiro and is likely to have a price tag of £3 million.

Brazao has been tipped to follow in the footsteps of his countrymen Ederson at Manchester City and Alisson at Liverpool to storm the Premier League.

Man United and Arsenal show interest in Brazilian goalie Gabriel Brazao

Man United and Arsenal show interest in Brazilian goalie Gabriel Brazao (photo: Getty)
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Inter Milan and Roma are initially said to be the clubs looking for the signature of Gabriel Brazao in the ongoing transfer window.

And now United and Arsenal are gearing up to make bids in the range of £3 million to bring the young man to England, according to website Teamtalk.

But Gabriel Brazao explained according to the report in an interview that the teams he likes to utilize when playing FIFA are Real Madrid, Juventus, Braga and Manchester United.

This could make him to choose the Red Devils over their rivals from the Emirates stadium.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Barcelona star Denis Suarez is close to sealing a switch to Premier League side Arsenal after falling down the pecking order at the Camp Nou.

According to the report, the 24-year midfielder who has only two League games in the current campaign is eager to get regular first team football.

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