Arsenal star insists he is willing to play up to 70 games for the club this season

Gabriel Jesus has no worries about his workload at Arsenal as the team begins to look tired.

The Brazilian has been a key player for Mikel Arteta’s side since he joined them in the last transfer window.

Thanks to his contribution, the team is in top form now, but some players have looked tired in the last three competitive games.

They narrowly won their match against Leeds United before dropping points unexpectedly at Southampton the last time.

There have been calls for Mikel Arteta to rest some of his key men, so they don’t get burnt out, but Jesus is not worried.

He insists he is recovering well and will play 70 games this term if needed.

He said via The Daily Mail: ‘I’m doing good recovery after the games – eating better, sleeping better, enjoying the life in the Arsenal shirt a lot. So I’m ready to play 50, 60, 70 games.’

Just Arsenal Opinion

Jesus has the perfect attitude we need from our players and shows remarkable dedication to the shirt.

The striker will score more goals for us this term and he is proving to be one of the best buys of the summer by any club in the Premier League.

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3 Comments

  1. I think our fatigue worries are slightly exaggerated at the moment.
    It was to be expected, we would see some menta and physical fatigue after the Spurs and Liverpool games.
    But today’s game means only a short trip and a game, where some rortation is expected.
    Then we have Forest at home and then Zurich at home. We should easily have our best players 100% ready for Chelsea after that.

    1. Not if Jesus or Saliba pick up a yellow card, it would leave them banned for the Chelsea game, I would have rather they both got yellows in the Southampton game

  2. Fighting talk by Jesus, but he is not strong and tough enough to go on getting “beaten up” by defenders who tower over him and rough him up, mostly unpunished by shockingly lax refs.

    I love his work rate and attitude but MA needs to save him from himself, for being too brave and too optimistic that he wil be able to play 70 game and yet stay fit!
    He plainly will not be able to do so. Our shortage of strikers is now coming home to bite us!

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