Arsenal boost as Gabriel Jesus starts kicking ball again and shows signs of early recovery ahead of Prem title run in

CROCKED Arsenal star Gabriel Jesus has been pictured kicking a ball again and showing signs of an early recovery.

Jesus injured his knee during the 2022 World Cup while playing for Brazil and went under the knife in December with early indications suggesting he would be out for three months.

Arsenal star Gabriel Jesus has issued a major injury boost on social media

Arsenal ace Gabriel Jesus suffered a knee injury at the 2022 World Cup

But Gabriel Jesus hinted at an early recovery by juggling a football

However, the striker has raised fans’ hopes of an early return after sharing pics on Twitter of him juggling a football at the Gunners’ training ground.

The Brazil international proved that he no longer needs the help of crutches and can walk unaided without his knee brace.

Jesus also shared a short but touching message with the North Londoners’ faithful, which read: “I miss you.”

Arsenal fans were ecstatic over the injury update and flooded social media to return the love.

One supporter tweeted: “Honestly, when you come back, you will be like a new signing. Quick recovery.”

Another posted: “We miss you too.”

A third wrote: “Get well soon.”

This fan commented: “Miss you more.”


Another said: “Come sooner bro, we need your strength and skills man to backup the title charge.”

Jesus was instrumental to Arsenal’s title challenge prior to the World Cup, bagging five goals and six assists in 14 Premier League appearances.

Although the 25-year-old’s goals dried up in October and November, his influence on the attack remained prolific.

However, Arsenal have maintained the same momentum during his absence as they have increased their lead at the top of the table by eight points.

And Jesus’ replacement Eddie Nketiah has proven capable of filling his shoes with four goals since the resumption of top-flight football.

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