Gabriel Jesus pictured on his hospital bed, sends eight-word message to Arsenal supporters

Gabriel Jesus offers an eight-word greeting to Arsenal supporters while pictured on his hospital bed.

After being forced to miss the World Cup in Qatar due to injury, Gabriel Jesus promised followers of Arsenal and Brazil in his Instagram account that “I will come back stronger.”

According to a tweet from Arsenal, the former Manchester City player had “successful surgery” on his right knee on Tuesday. He will now start his rehabilitation process.

For the player, his nation, and Arsenal—who are all currently enjoying great success—it is an abject disgrace.

Jesus has played a significant role in helping Mikel Arteta’s team reach the top of the Premier League standings.

Due to his success in his own country, the 25-year-old was select for Qatar’s World Cup team by Tite.

Before gett hurt he started Brazil’s 1-0 loss to Cameroon in the group stage.

Due of the breadth of attacking talent held by the free-scoring and free-dancing South American giants, Brazil will be able to function without him, but Arsenal will not be able to.

The way the north London club plays quickly and is able to make room for its two flying young stars, Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka, all revolve on Jesus.

Now, those at the Emirates must wait it out and hope that their star player will arrive back as soon as possible.

Jesus said on his Instagram account on Tuesday night: “God is beautiful. As you can see him on his hospital bed in the picture below, he says, “I’ll come back stronger.

Arteta and his teammates still have a few weeks before the resumption of Premier League play, so they can make an informed long-term choice.
Arteta and his teammates still have a few weeks before the resumption of Premier League play, so they can make an informed long-term choice.

Jesus said on his Instagram account on Tuesday night: “God is beautiful. As you can see him on his hospital bed in the picture below, he says, “I’ll come back stronger.

If Jesus is out for a long time, they will have to make use of the January transfer window, which opens the following month.

Given that Jesus can be an 8/10 without scoring, it is challenging for them to find a replacement, and any club they approach will be aware of Arsenal’s intentions and raise their asking price.

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