Ronaldinho compares After leaving Man City, Gabriel Jesus faces Arsenal, Gabriel Jesus, according to Ronaldinho, will prove that he belongs among the top players in the world this season since he is “feeling the love” at Arsenal. Ronaldinho made this assertion.
And the former superstar of PSG, Barcelona, and Milan has shown his confidence in his fellow Brazilian to guide the Gunners back into the Champions League and even to make a surprise run at the title.
The former Manchester City striker has gotten off to a sensational start in his career at Arsenal, scoring seven goals in pre-season and then scoring twice against Leicester City. This is a fantastic start for the former Manchester City player.
The play of Jesus has been instrumental in Arsenal’s rise to the top of the table after only two games, where they are tied with his previous team, City. And his new coach Mikel Arteta has been effusive in his appreciation of him, and he has quickly emerged as a favorite among the fans.
His brilliant performances for the North London club have followed six seasons at the Etihad Stadium where he was never the first-choice striker. Despite this, Pep Guardiola did not try to stop his £45 million transfer to another team.
And Ronaldinho, who won the Ballon d’Or in 2005 and is now 42 years old, stated the following about Gabriel Jesus: “When Gabriel joined Manchester City I predicted he would go on to be one of the finest players in the world.
When given the opportunity, he demonstrated what he was capable of, but during his time at Manchester City, he was never afforded the affection that a player of his caliber deserved to receive from the fans.
“At Arsenal, he has been shown and given love by both the head coach and the supporters, and he is already repaying that love with his play. He has been given the opportunity to be the focal point at Arsenal.
This year, I have high hopes for him, and I believe he will live up to the faith that has been placed in him by demonstrating that he is not just one of the best players in The Premier League, but also one of the top players in Europe.”
After suffering defeats in both the North London derby and a game that was very crucial for them to win away at Newcastle, Arsenal finished the previous season in fifth place, allowing Tottenham to claim the final position in the Champions League.
Jesus, 25, and Oleksandr Zinchenko, who both came from Porto and cost 32 and 34 million pounds respectively, have joined an Arsenal team that has been revitalized thanks to Arteta’s work in the transfer market.
During his incredible career, Ronaldinho not only won the World Cup in 2002 but also won the national championships of Brazil, Spain, and Italy.
And the Brazilian made the following proclamation: “Arsenal will go back into the top four this season with the deals they have made – maybe they can even achieve more and contend for the title.” Although it appears that Manchester City will be the favorite to win, anything can happen in football since anything can happen.