Ronaldinho has told Gabriel Jesus that he should show why he is one of the best players in Europe now that he is playing for Arsenal. He thinks that Arsenal will get back into the Champions League with Jesus on the team.
reportedly paid £45 million to get the Brazilian striker from
. Jesus made an immediate impact in the 4-2 win overLeicester City
Jesus's play helped Arsenal join City as the only Premier League teams to win their first two games. This gave Mikel Arteta hope that he could lead the club to a top-four finish and an early boost.
Ronaldinho thinks that the deal will help more than just Arsenal. The legendary Brazilian thinks thatGabriel Jesus
now has a chance to show that he is one of the best players on the continent.
He told the Mirror, "When Gabriel joined Manchester City, I said he'd be one of the best players in the world. When he got the chance, he showed what he could do, but Manchester City never gave him the love a player of his caliber deserves. At Arsenal, he was given a chance to be the center of attention, and both the coach and the fans loved him. He's already paying them back."
"I expect big things from him this season. He will show that he is not only one of the best players in the Premier League, but also in Europe, by showing that he is one of the best players in both leagues."
is confident that Arsenal can at least get back into the Champions League now that they have signed Jesus,
, and Fabio Vieira. "With the signings, they've made, Arsenal will get back into the top four this season. They might even be able to go further and challenge for the title," he added. "Manchester City looks strong and will be the favorite, but in football, anything can happen."
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