With a deal having been in the pipeline for some time, Goal confirmed on Monday that the Brazil global had arrived in England to undergo a medical.
Gabriel Jesus jokes that fellow countryman Fred will always have his support, even if he is linked with a move to rival Manchester United.
Manchester United have announced their first signing of the summer off season - Brazil global Frederico Rodrigues de Paula Santos, better known as Fred.More news: Serena Williams withdraws from French Open before playing Maria Sharapova
'When I signed him at Shakhtar, Taison and Bernard were playing in his position.
Fred moved to Donetsk in 2013 and was a part of three league-winning sides.
However, Fred's career has not been without controversy.More news: The summit's back on: Trump meets NKorean at White House
In December 2015, he was given a one-year ban after testing positive for a banned diuretic, which was backdated to June that year when the test was carried out.
The suspension only applied to games sanctioned by South American football federation Conmebol.
Looking to make vast improvements to his faltering United team, it is thought that Mourinho will be watching the World Cup closely to unearth reinforcements for the 2018/2019 season.
The 25-year-old was spotted at the club's training ground, Carrington and has agreed a five-year contract, according to Daily star reports.More news: Neymar returns with brilliant solo goal against Croatia
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