Will Gabriel Jesus play in Arsenal’s game against Fulham?

Gabriel Jesus is making progress in his recovery from the injury he sustained during Arsenal’s pre-season, just before the start of the new campaign.

Having previously suffered a knee injury during the World Cup, Gabriel Jesus encountered subsequent injury setbacks during his time with Arsenal, which caused him to miss several matches during the last season.

He managed to regain fitness in time for the pre-season period and played a pivotal role in Arsenal’s preparations for the new season. Unfortunately, a new injury emerged just before the conclusion of the pre-season, forcing him to be sidelined once again.

Arsenal found themselves relying on Eddie Nketiah as the main striker in Jesus’ absence. However, Nketiah has encountered difficulties in terms of goal-scoring and has faced challenges in converting opportunities, possibly highlighting the absence of Jesus.

In recent days, Gabriel Jesus has intensified his efforts towards recovery, indicating a positive trajectory for his return to first-team action. Nevertheless, according to Football London, he will not be sufficiently fit to participate in Arsenal’s upcoming league fixture against Fulham. Arsenal supporters will need to exercise patience as they await his return to the team.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Jesus remains our best striker and, sadly, we have lost the former Manchester City man, for now.

However, we have kept on winning without him and hopefully, that will remain the case until he returns.

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  1. Jesus is “world class” and Nketiah is a good striker and I hope he keeps improving with games and confidence, but agaist the top 6 sides we would hope Jesus is fit to play or Havertz if ready and on form. Balogun if not sold for £60 million, will no doubt get a great many games in the domestic cup games and any easy europe games as a sub.

  2. don’t rush him back, we have to relay on Eddie. So far he hasn’t disappointed.. a hard worker and a Hale end product..!!

  3. I guess he will have some minutes against Fulham, especially if we are winning comfortably, and a full game against United.
    Very good news, his quick recovery

  4. Is he our best striker?Personally I feel his best position is on the right wing where he has featured for Brazil mostly.In any event if Nketiah continues to do well there should not be an automatic return for Jesus.Trossard and ESR are waiting in the wings so we have plenty viable options to play in the front three and that does not include Havertz who seems to be polarizing the opinions of fans to an inordinate degree after only two league matches.

    1. When he’s on form, yes, he’s easily our best striker. Before the world cup last season, he was excellent. After his injury, he was poor, but i think people are letting that affect their view of his “true” ability, and I don’t think that’s correct.

  5. “Intensified his efforts towards recovery” can mean anything.
    I would not get excited until he starts full training with the first team and plays some minutes of a real game, be it behind closed doors or some other game.

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