Gabriel Jesus sets Arsenal exit date after naming Gunners ‘taboo’ he aims to erase

Gabriel Jesus sets Arsenal exit date after naming Gunners ‘taboo’ he aims to erase


Gabriel Jesus already has a date in mind for when he’ll leave Arsenal, though he’s hopeful he’ll break their Premier League title drought first after admitting the Gunners have become “dormant”.

The Brazilian moved to north London for £45m earlier in July. Gabriel Jesus has made a lightning quick start to his Arsenal career, bagging three goals in his first two appearances in pre-season.


He has been deployed as the central striker so far – a position he was given chance to shine in all too infrequently at Man City.


Jesus made the move despite the absence of Champions League football at the Emirates this season. Clearly, Jesus believes he is capable of firing the Gunners back into the top four next season and beyond.

When speaking to Brazilian outlet TNT Sports, Jesus explained why choosing Arsenal was an easy decision to make.


“Well, I believe it’s not a re-adaptation because I’m still in the same league, country environment, so that helps a lot,” said the marksman (via the Mirror).


“And in an environment where there are many young people, everyone talks, everyone laughs, everyone has fun together. There are Brazilians, there’s Mikel, there’s Edu, there are people from the staff that I also worked with.


“So this part is very important, the way the players welcomed me here is also important, it counted a lot. And, well, I’m happy to be here, for the start of this pre-season. And I believe that it is still nothing of wha t is to come.”

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