£50m player says ‘shame’ he left, ahead of possible ‘great move’ to Arsenal
£50m player says ‘shame’ he left, ahead of possible ‘great move’ to Arsenal

£50m player says ‘shame’ he left, ahead of possible ‘great move’ to Arsenal

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Nedum Onuoha claims Gabriel Jesus is ‘shameful’ to leave Manchester City, but it would be a ‘great move’ for him to Arsenal, as he told ESPN.

The former Manchester City defender added that Pep Guardiola would not regret selling Jesus as the Premier League champions now have Erling Braut Haaland at their disposal.

Arsenal are looking to strengthen their forward line, having made their first senior signing of the summer transfer window on Tuesday by bringing Fabio Vieira to the club.

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Would Jesus now follow him? Well, there are suggestions that the north London club are close to securing the £50m player’s talent.

Onuoha spoke about the seemingly imminent departure of Jesus, what this means for Man City and how he can do well at Arsenal.

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“I think with Haaland in Manchester, then I would say no (Guardiola won’t regret selling Jesus),” said Onuoha.

“It’s a shame for Jesus, because during his time at Man City, he always felt like a substitute.

“When he does well, then he does very, very well. But then, when the big games come, it’s no surprise to see him on the bench. And that must have frustrated him.

“Maybe Pep can regret it, but I don’t think he’s the type to make a decision about someone leaving and saying ‘that’s a shame’. I don’t think there will be any regrets. The squad they have is great and has been added to this summer.

“Going to play for Arsenal is not the worst thing in the world. I think if he can go out there and show some of the positive things he’s shown for Man City then it’s a good move for him and Man City.”

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DO JESUS ​​AND NKETIAH BE POWERFUL ENOUGH?

Arsenal’s lack of action, clinical finishing and goal threat in the final third of the pitch may have cost them Champions League football last season.

While Heung-Min Son scored 23 Premier League goals, without a penalty, and won the Golden Boot, Bukayo Saka is Arsenal’s top scorer with 11 goals.

That’s not even more so than Harry Kane, who some feel is out of season, but he’s still managed to score 17 times.

Nonetheless, if Jesus does sign, then it will be enough weapon for Mikel Arteta heading into the new season, as Eddie Nketiah is still trying to find their feet.

They may not need another out-and-out striker, but someone to deliver more goals in the final third is probably a must, on top of the possible transfer of Jesus.

In other news, Player has an offer from Liverpool, but he could join Arsenal instead

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