Arsenal target Brazilian as Nasri and Fabregas replacement - reports

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Arsenal will target Brazilian midfielder Jadson if both Samir Nasri and Cesc Fabregas leave the club this week, according to France Football.

Nasri is expected to complete his move to Manchester City 'within hours' according to reports in France, while Fabregas is expected to move to barcelona in the next few days after agreeing terms with Barcelona.

The double departure leaves a chasm in Arsene Wenger's side, but his plans to re-build his Arsenal side with the addition of Brazilian Jadson.


Jadson caught Wenger's eye during last season's Champions League campaign, when he stared in Shakhtar Donetsk's victory over Arsenal last November.

The attacking midfielder is seen as the ideal replacement for Nasri, another attacking midfielder, while the substantial fee Arsenal receive from the sale of Fabregas will assist in acquiring the 27-year-old.

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