Gabriel Jesus sustains a knee injury

Gabriel Jesus has sustained a knee injury and he could miss out some starting games for Arsenal in the Premier League new season.

Gabriel Jesus has sustained a knee injury during pre-season training, casting doubt on his availability for some of the starting games in the upcoming Premier League season. The Brazilian forward, known for his clinical finishing and energetic style of play, has been an integral part of Arsenal’s attacking force, making his potential absence a cause for concern.

The injury occurred during a routine training session, leaving Jesus out as he was assisted off the pitch. Initial reports suggest that the injury is significant and could require a substantial recovery period. Arsenal’s medical team is closely monitoring the situation, but the seriousness of the injury means the club may have to plan without the influential striker for the beginning of the new campaign.


Jesus’ absence could present a considerable challenge for Arsenal’s manager and the team’s tactical setup. His partnership with other key players, like Bukayo Saka and Martinelli, has been pivotal in Arsenal’s attacking prowess in previous seasons. Without his goal-scoring threat and clever movement, Arsenal may face difficulties breaking down defensive lines and finding the back of the net consistently.