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Arsenal star desperate to stay this summer despite club being open to offers

One Arsenal star recently linked with a summer move away from the club is reportedly desperate to stay beyond this season

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Amidst reports of Arsenal entertaining offers for Gabriel Jesus, the Brazilian forward remains resolute about his commitment to stay at the club. Jesus, who joined the Gunners from Manchester City in July 2022, is determined to prove himself despite uncertainties surrounding his future.

Jesus’s second season at Arsenal has been marred by injuries, limiting his impact on the pitch to just eight goals in 33 appearances. Recent speculations suggest that Arsenal are willing to consider offers for the 27-year-old forward at the end of the season.

Mikel Arteta’s preference for Kai Havertz as the primary attacking option, alongside the club’s pursuit of a new center forward, has fueled doubts about Jesus’s future. However, the player himself is adamant about staying and is focused on reclaiming his spot in the first-team lineup.

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According to reports from The Sun, Jesus is settled in north London and is optimistic about his prospects with Arsenal. Despite acknowledging his underwhelming goal return, he believes that a full pre-season training regimen will help him regain top form.

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Jesus is also expected to represent Brazil in the upcoming Copa America tournament, scheduled to commence on June 20th.


While Arsenal have been linked with several strikers in the transfer market, including Ivan Toney, Victor Osimhen, and Viktor Gyokeres, Jesus remains undeterred. When questioned about the club’s pursuit of additional firepower, he emphasised his focus on training hard, improving, and contributing to Arsenal’s success on the field.

“They already know if they want to so maybe this question is not for me. My job is to try to work, train hard, improve what I have to improve and in the games try to help Arsenal win and then after obviously win trophies.

“The speculation will always be there, not only here but every club. People want to decide who the club want to sign. This is happening not just at Arsenal but at a lot of clubs.”

With Arsenal set to face Bournemouth in their next fixture, Jesus’s determination to prove his worth could play a crucial role in the team’s aspirations for success.

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