Arteta hints at following in Klopp’s footsteps after Gun confirmed signing of Jesus

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Mikel Arteta, Arsenal manager It has been revealed that it has copied the approach of Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp after the Gunners confirmed the signing of Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City.

Arsenal have finally announced the signing of ex- Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus for £45m on a five-year contract, with The Mirror reporting his salary is around £190,000. /week The Brazilian has moved from the Etihad Stadium to the Emirates and the Gunners boss Mikel Arteta appears hopeful of a pass. Enter the Champions League at a player he already knows very well. The pair spent time together in Manchester while Arteta worked as Pep Guardiola ‘s assistant manager.

Arteta hints at following in Klopp's footsteps after Gun confirmed signing of Jesus

          The deal is one that all parties involved hope will be worth the wait, especially Arsenal fans who have been waiting for a new striker since the start of the year . The January squad shocked the entire club. before he finally moved to Barcelona During the same market, the Gunners chose not to sign a successor to the Gabon national team star. It was a decision that sparked heavy criticism at the time.

          However, the acquisition of Jesus This makes it now seem like a smart move that they chose not to sign players to fill Aubameyang’s place up front. Arteta, on the other hand, opted to wait and wait until. He finally got his people. The Spaniard said so after Jesus made his debut as an Arsenal player. “This is a position that has been on our radar for a long time. And we’ve got the players we want. So I’m really happy,” the cannon boss said.

          Arteta’s patience is very similar to that of Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, who at times opted to silence the clamor from the fans. and the game analysts who mention many players’ names but vice versa He pursues a single goal that he sees as the perfect candidate for the desired position. The most obvious example is the acquisition of central defender Virgil van Dijk, who has recently changed the fate of the Reds and has played a key role in the team’s success, and everyone at Arsenal hopes that. jesus will spearhead a similar success to North London.

          Following his Arsenal debut, Jesus  gave his first interview with the new club, revealing he is excited to work with Arteta again after the Spaniard coached him at Manchester City. gave some insight into the couple’s recent conversation. “We spoke a few times about the UFABET club, the players, the project and the future, I believe 100 per cent in Mikel. I’ve had good times with him before. he is very nice And a very good coach too.” “ He helped me a lot. [At Manchester City] we’ll always be together after training, he’s a very smart guy and an amazing player, so if he knows something. He will be able to teach me or the young players.”

          Jesus also stated that he was a huge fan of Thierry Henry growing up. while the size of the club was what attracted him to join. “I followed Arsenal when I was young because of [Thierry] Henry,” he added. “Of course, I didn’t follow many European teams. But when I saw some of the players playing here I was like, ‘Wow, this club is huge’ when I played against Arsenal. I’m going to watch Emirates Stadium and it’s a very good stadium. I am very excited to play here.” “I am very happy to have signed a contract with this big club. From the first day I knew that I would be playing for Arsenal. i was very happy I know the staff I know some players, Brazilian players, I know a lot of top players. They were young and I was young too. So I’m happy to be here to help the team.I came to help and to learn as well and to try my best.

          The 25-year-old spent five-and-a-half years at the Etihad Stadium, during which time he won 11 major trophies, including four Premier League titles, in total he played for Manchester City. 236 games scored 95 goals “It’s a pleasure to play for Manchester City,” Jesus said in his final interview with the Blues. “Right now I feel that I am a better player than when I arrived. And winning 11 trophies is amazing.” “My four Premier League titles are very special to me.” “I want to thank everyone at City. both team manager My teammates and fans for the support they have given me over the past five and a half years.”