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Gabriel Jesus message to fans after an injury update

Gabriel Jesus message to fans after an injury update

As he continues his recovery from injury, Gabriel Jesus of Arsenal has sent a message to the club’s fans. The Brazilian has also posted photographs of himself juggling a ball at the Arsenal training facility.

Jesus has been sidelined since suffering a knee injury in Brazil’s final World Cup group match against Cameroon. A few days later, he underwent surgery and spent time on crutches and with a knee brace.

He is now able to walk without assistance and has been posting videos and photographs of his recovery. However, Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta provided a concerning update prior to Sunday’s north London derby against Tottenham.


Arteta acknowledged that the injury was more severe than initially believed. The most recent message from Jesus, however, has energized his followers.

He uploaded three photographs of himself juggling a ball with the caption “I miss you.” Jesus accompanied the three-word tweet with emojis depicting a red heart, a football, and a smiling face with sweat.

Jesus had a significant impact on Arsenal’s early-season form prior to the World Cup. In October and November, he scored no goals, but his impact on the offense was undeniable.

Eddie Nketiah has filled his shoes and scored four goals since the return of the premier league. However, Arsenal supporters are desperate for Jesus to return as soon as possible for their Premier League title defense.

Arteta disclosed to Sky Sports over the weekend that Jesus will be out for some time. He said, “Hopefully he will return” (for the final few months).

“Clearly, it was a serious injury, but it lasted longer than we anticipated. He will make every effort to shorten it, but we will miss him for some time.”

During his Friday press conference, Arteta elaborated on the complexity of Jesus’ injury. He said, “He’s making great progress, he’s working extremely hard, and he’s in the right place in terms of the timeline we set for him, but he’s still a little bit off.

“I’d like to see him immediately, but I don’t believe it will happen. We’ll need to exercise patience with that one. But let’s see.

“It’s a complicated surgery; in any surgery, there are a number of factors that require caution. He is a player who will strive to be extremely swift on the field.

Gabriel Jesus message to fans after an injury update

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