“I don’t have any other options than to use him, I’ll talk to him before the game against PSV on Tuesday”- Mikel Arteta apologises to Arsenal’s ‘underappreciated’ player after he told him to get ready to play against PSV in the Champions League.

“I don’t have any other options than to use him, I’ll talk to him before the game against PSV on Tuesday”- Mikel Arteta apologises to Arsenal’s ‘underappreciated’ player after he told him to get ready to play against PSV in the Champions League.

In a recent statement, Mikel Arteta extended an apology to one of Arsenal’s players, acknowledging the player’s underappreciated contributions.

Expressing limited options, Arteta revealed plans to discuss the player’s involvement in the upcoming match against PSV on Tuesday. This revelation comes as a surprise to many, particularly with notable names like Ramsdale, Jorginho, and Nketiah not in consideration.

The spotlight recently turned to Gabriel Jesus, Arsenal’s primary striker, as he faced criticism for stating that scoring goals is not his primary attribute.

This comment sparked discontent among Arsenal fans who questioned the appropriateness of such a statement from their key goal-scorer. Despite Jesus not being renowned for prolific goal-scoring, Arteta believed in his compatibility with Arsenal’s system.

YOU MAY LIKE  He is a great player on and off the pitch,His personality earns Him my respect I don’t know why He choose to join Arsenal’: Man united star Bruno Fernandez blown away by £60m Midfielder Arsenal already agreed personal terms with to sign in January

While Jesus has proven to be a valuable asset for Arsenal, some observers argue that a more prolific goal-scorer could enhance the team’s chances of winning the Premier League.

Jesus clarified his statement, explaining that it came in a moment of post-game stress and frustration. He emphasized his honesty and expressed a desire to improve his goal-scoring abilities while highlighting other important attributes he brings to the team.

Speaking to ESPN Brasil, Jesus shared, “I don’t think scoring goals or fighting for the top scorer’s honour is my strong point, but I can improve, I want to improve and I will improve.

I have other qualities too, but I score goals, I’ve scored goals that have helped the team, I’ve scored hat-tricks.”

In our opinion, Gabriel Jesus remains one of Arsenal’s standout players, showcasing consistent performance.

However, the need for increased goal-scoring prowess is evident as Arsenal aims to secure the title of English champions by the end of the season.

YOU MAY LIKE  VAR Cheated Arsenal again?? Watch how VAR overturn Arsenal goal to be offside, Rough challenge on Gabriel Jesus was supposed to be penalty also – when will this VAR issues stop??

The team recognizes the multifaceted abilities of Jesus but acknowledges the importance of bolstering goal contributions for a successful campaign.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*