It's no longer news that Arsenal has impressed many fans this season as it is still leading the English Premier League title race.
Photo: Arsenal Players || Twitter
However, note that Arsenal has survived many injury problems this season, but the reality is that the absence of Gabriel Jesus has affected Mikel Arteta's men. The last time Jesus played was at the 2022 World Cup, and the 23-year-old striker has failed to feature in a single game in 2023 because of this injury. On the other hand, the Brazilian striker shared an update on his injury and it has stirred reactions online.
Photo: Gabriel Jesus Training On Grass || Twitter
The Arsenal shared images of himself playing on the grass with the caption, “Step By Step.” However, many fans have reacted to the update by congratulating him on his progress, while others said they missed him. Similarly, some fans expressed the desire for his return to full fitness.
Photo: Some Reactions As Gabriel Jesus Shares Update On His Injury || Twitter
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