Gabriel Jesus has scored 95 goals for Man City and collected eight major trophies, but now he is embarking on a new adventure with Arsenal.
A little about the topic
The Brazilian footballer thanked the Citizens in an emotional farewell message as he is now looking forward to chasing his new dream with the Gunners. The long-running transfer saga involving the Brazilian player has been brought to a close, with Arsenal officially announcing a £45m transfer. Gabriel is heading to Emirates Stadium after five and a half years at Etihad Stadium, which has netted 95 goals through 236 appearances, four PL titles, an FA Cup triumph and three Carabao Cup victories.
What did Gabriel Jesus say?
While the Man City manager has regularly found space for Gabriel in his plans, he has been forced off his natural center hitting berth and has seen Man City splash out on Norwegian player Erling Haaland this summer. The Gunners are poised to make him the focal point of their offense and Gabriel Jesus is looking forward to opening a new chapter with the North London heavyweights.
The Brazil international posted in a video message on social media that a little boy from Jardim Peri, north of São Paulo, had a dream. According to Gabriel Jesus, as a child, he just wanted to play football. The dream was becoming a reality. Gabriel wanted to conquer Brazil and he did. He wanted to represent his country and he did. So the phone rang. On the other side of the line was a new dream. About which Gabriel has not even dreamed of.
When he realized, he was here. In Manchester, wearing a Man City jersey. Here Gabriel survived everything. The Brazilian cried, smiled, won, was happy, studied. Gabriel Jesus says he wants to win and they did. Jesus experienced everything he wanted to. Jesus give thanks to Man City. For being his life for more than five years. “The boy from Jardim Peri will never stop dreaming. It’s time to live a new dream,” said the Brazilian.