When will Gabriel Jesus be available to play for Arsenal again?

Gabriel Jesus experienced another injury setback during Arsenal’s recent Champions League match against Sevilla, and he is expected to be sidelined for a significant period.

The game against Sevilla was arguably one of his best performances for Arsenal in European competition, and fans were delighted to see him in excellent form for their team. However, Jesus had to exit the game due to injury and has subsequently been ruled out for an extended period.

Jesus’s injury presents a significant challenge for Arsenal, as they will need to rely on Eddie Nketiah in his absence. Fans are eager to know when the Brazilian forward will return to full fitness.

According to a report in The Sun, Jesus’s camp anticipates that he will be back to full fitness at the beginning of December. The report indicates they are confident that he will not suffer any further setbacks and should be available for Arsenal in approximately a month.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Injuries are a major part of this sport and we must be prepared to deal with them as they come.

However, Jesus’ fitness problem is one more valid reason why we need to sign another lethal striker.

But any new signing coming to the Emirates must be better than our current options.

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  1. Sell Harvertz immediately even at a loss , to get a good , excellent top world class striker in January

    1. we paid him silly wages, the damage is done already. If Arteta was actually ruthless and didn’t play favorites he’d tell him to find a new club in summer or spend rest of the season with the youth team. But Mikel has been babying Kai since the moment he came here. Mik doesn’t like to admit his failures especially when they cost big money.

  2. For those clamouring for Arteta to sell Partey, hope they will also start clamouring for him to sell Jesus and Zinchenko as well cos they’re also injury prone. Partey should be kept

    1. Unfortunately, Partey is on the wrong side of 30 which makes it less likely that his fitness will improve. That said, there have been worrying injuries to the squad which have definitely impacted the team.
      You missed out ESR who is yet again sidelined. Jesus has been in the wars lately so it will be interesting to see how we do until his return

    2. Partey’s case is different though. He’s 30+ and will have just one year remaining in his contractat the end of this season. Zinchenko has shown he can stay fit if his minutes are managed well. Frankly,I wouldn’t mind if Jesus was sold at the end of the season if his injury problems mean he can’t be available for extended periods. You can’t rely on frequently injured players,however good they may be.

      1. And I’d agree if that didn’t leave us back with Eddie as our backup No 9. who just doesn’t cut it. Jesus with less minutes and backup 9. would hopefully lessen his injuries.

  3. I would like to bring back Marquinhos from his loan spell in Jan so that he can provide cover for Saka as Jesus seems to be injury prone.

    Havertz has to be played as a striker and hope that (more hope than real belief I have to be honest) he becomes Olivier Giroud over time as I cannot see any other role for him in the team.

    As for Partey, I do not think he is going to stay beyond this season. I would like to bring back Norton-Cuffy from his loan spell and take the RB position and push Ben White into Central midfield while keeping Kiwior as a backup rather than delve into the market.

  4. If arsenal is considering selling partey then Jesus and ESR must be added because they are all injury prone.

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