Arsenal: talkSPORT pundit buzzing with transfer development

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talkSPORT pundit Trevor Sinclair has admitted that he can’t wait to see Gabriel Jesus in an Arsenal shirt and is predicting big things for the striker.

The Manchester City frontman’s arrival at the Emirates Stadium is imminent after he passed his medical in north London on Tuesday and he will become an Arsenal player for £45m as reported by Fabrizio Romano.

Jesus arrived in Manchester in 2017 a year after the Blues agreed a £27m transfer with Palmeiras and despite having to contend with the plethora of options at Pep Guardiola’s disposal the Brazilian scored 95 goals and created a further 46 averaging a goal involvement every 101 minutes at the Etihad Stadium.

However, despite that tremendous return, Sinclair is adamant that we are yet to see the best of the 25-year-old and a totally different Jesus is set to be unleashed.

Will Gabriel Jesus be a success at Arsenal





As posted on talkSPORT’s Twitter account he said:

(0:15)”I will say, I’m massively excited about watching Jesus because I feel he’s ready to go.

“I’m disappointed that he’s leaving Manchester City because I think he’s one of them slow-burners where we’ve seen him at Manchester City as a boy and now we’re going to see the man version at Arsenal and I think he’s going to be terrifying. “

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Having been the assistant coach for Pep at City, Arteta will know exactly the kind of player he is signing and he is sure to be handed more regular playing time which will in turn further his progression as a player.

The forward starred once again for the Premier League champions last term but this time heavily as a right-winger. He was involved in 25 goals in just 28 starts, 12 of which were assists and created the same amount of goals (8) as the peerless Kevin De Bruyne in the top-flight.

He has added to his game and whether he is used through the middle or from the right remains to be seen but there is no question that the Gunners have signed one hell of a player.

Having netted 58 times as well as providing 29 assists in just 99 Premier League starts we could well be about to see a whole other level of Jesus as Sinclair alluded to with regular runs in this Arsenal side.

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