Gabriel Jesus Discusses Arsenal’s Search For A Striker Amid Plans For Major Transfer

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Arsenal hit man Gabriel Jesus said he knows he is not the most experienced, but he think he has seen a lot of things in football.

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However, Jesus, who netted during Wednesday night’s 6-0 victory against Lens, securing Arsenal’s spot in the Champions League knockout stage, has supported his contribution to the team despite a limited goal tally.

Since his £45 million transfer from Manchester City a year ago, the Brazilian has scored only 16 goals in 46 games.

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Nonetheless, Jesus Feels Confident in His Unique Qualities and Isn’t Worried About Potential New Signings.


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He said:

“This happens, you know. Maybe it can be agents talking about a lot of things.”

“I am not the most experienced, but I think I have seen a lot of things in football.

“Sometimes it is like this. It happened when I was at City, even with [Sergio] Aguero and me scoring.

I was scoring a lot and people were linking everyone.

“So here, I don’t care about this. I know what my qualities are and I know what I can bring to the team.

I can score and I can also help with other things, like opening spaces.”

Jesus is back fit again after a month out with a hamstring injury.

Arsenal is set to host Wolves at home this weekend, aiming for a win to maintain their position at the top of the table.

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