Report: £265k-a-week Arsenal player unhappy… with pundits

Arsenal striker Gabriel Jesus reportedly feels he’s not getting enough credit.

Accordingly football transfersArsenal striker Gabriel Jesus feels he’s not getting the recognition he deserves.

The Brazil international striker feels his performances and contributions to Arsenal last season have been overlooked and downplayed by pundits and the media.

“Jesus suspects that a perceived bias towards Manchester City in media circles may be a factor – their success last season means his own successes were ignored,” the report adds.

Should Gabriel Jesus do better?

In our opinion, Gabriel Jesus is a very good striker who was important for Arsenal last season.

However, there is still room for improvement.

Signed from Manchester City in the summer of 2022, Jesus started his Arsenal career strong and scored some good goals.

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However, an injury at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar while playing for Brazil hampered the striker in the second half of the season.

It took weeks for Jesus to fully recover, and when he became active again, he was not in the best shape.

So Jesus clearly needs to step up his game next season and make sure he scores the goals Arsenal need to win the Premier League title and also do well in the UEFA Champions League.

The 26-year-old earns £265,000 a week (SpotracThe Arsenal forward scored 11 goals and provided six assists in 26 Premier League games for Arsenal last season.

Jesus also provided an assist in six UEFA Europa League games for Arsenal last season.

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