Arsenal star wants to fight for his place after being transfer-listed

Gabriel Jesus is determined to stay at Arsenal and compete for his place at the club, despite being shortlisted for transfer.

As Arsenal continues to strengthen its squad, many anticipate the signing of a new striker in the summer.

While Jesus has been the main frontman for the past two seasons, his goal-scoring record hasn’t been as prolific as desired.

The Gunners are looking to bring in a more prolific attacker, potentially replacing Jesus as their primary goal outlet.

Aware that the club is seeking competition for his role, Jesus acknowledges that he may be offloaded. However, according to a report from The Sun, he is committed to remaining at Arsenal.

Jesus is determined to bet on himself, believing he can retain his place in the team and improve his goal-scoring rather than seeking an exit.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Jesus is a fine player, but he needs to score more goals. If we sign another striker who outscores him, he will struggle to get game time at the club.

However, we could sell Eddie Nketiah instead and allow Jesus to fight with a new striker to determine who is the best at the club.

The decision is down to the decision-makers, but we suspect if a good offer were to arrive for Jesus, Arsenal would consider it.

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  1. To be fair, you can’t fault his attitude. Exactly what any club would want to hear.

  2. Same thing I thought when reading this headline in many publications! If these words are true. Respect!

  3. If Arsenal indeed signs a new striker, which they will most likely do, Jesus can rotate with Saka on the right. Also, considering Arsenal will have so many games to play next season, I am sure Jesus will get his fair share of playing time. But most likely, Nketiah will be sold along with Cedric, Elneny and maybe Nelson. I would like Arsenal to retain ESR though and hopefully he has a larger role to play next season.

  4. He doesn’t score enough goals, and Arteta is right to look for an upgrade.

    Let’s not forget how injury prone both Jesus and Zinchenko are. They are not reliable enough for what we want to achieve.

    Arteta is right to be ruthless if we are to be ambitious. City moved past Jesus and Zinchenko in order to improve, and so now we must do the same.

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