Arsenal boost as Jesus hints he has stepped up his recovery

Arsenal has been handed a boost as Gabriel Jesus delivers an update on his progress while recovering from an injury.

The striker was injured while playing for Brazil at the World Cup and is expected to be out for around three months, having undergone surgery.

Mikel Arteta’s side has had to rely on Eddie Nketiah in the last few matches and the striker has been delivering.

However, Jesus remains the first choice and his performances are also terrific.

Arsenal wants to have him back as soon as possible to boost their chances of winning a trophy and he has now hinted he is doing well.

He made a post on his Instagram story appearing to suggest he has ditched his crutches, which will delight the Gunners’ fans.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Jesus has been a superb signing for us this season and he brings so much more to our attack, even when he does not score goals for us.

It is great that Nketiah has stepped up nicely and it means we have good depth in that department. Hopefully, Jesus will return ahead of schedule to make us even more robust.

For now, we need to focus on the available players and ensure we can get solid performances from them.

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  1. He is expected to return 25/02 according to premierleagueinjuries which coincide with the 3 months lay off rumors, hopefully he recovers faster and is available early feb especially vs Man city.

  2. I can’t wait for jesus to get back full fitness and scoring again, but in the meantime is Eddie the man to keep supplying the goals for us what about marquinos or even playing martinelli as striker and playing Nelson on the wing coming in, Eddie’s good yeah but he’s not got what it takes to keep the goals coming unless there giving to him on a plate, I mean he’s not a worker who will chase and try scoring from outside the box etc

    1. Eddie has a very good scoring rate.. dont understand your comments at all saying he doesnt have what it takes or unless given on a plate… being in the right place at the right time takes skill…his turn against the defender was top class also !

  3. How JA Opinion can laughably claim” we have great depth in that department” when PLAINLY we have NOT, is beyond all reason! I have always wondered precisely who JA opinion refers to.
    In THIS case, it is Ad MARTIN who wrote this nonsense, but JA opinion is tagged onto other inhouse writer too, So who , EXACTLY, are the pillocks??

    1. I love Jesus alot He has the pressure of making scores and he is a good team builder, Nketiah just needs to improve on few things to make him more better….

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