The Brazilian And former Manchester City forward, Gabriel Jesus has finally moved to Arsenal. His contract was finalized and he moved to the Emirates Stadium yesterday that was on the 4th of July, 2022. Currently Gabriel Jesus is an Arsenal player.
Currently there is a picture circulating on social media and people especially Ghanaians seem very happy about it. This viral picture shows the newly signed Arsenal striker having having a chat with Ghanaian midfielder, Thomas Partey.
Thomas Partey Welcomes Gabriel Jesus
Both players were standing and looking at each other and having a nice time. It could be that, Thomas Partey was welcoming the Brazilian to their camp.
Gabriel Jesus signed for Arsenal in a contract worth £45m and he will be with the Gunners for 5 years. Meaning he signed a five-year contract with Arsenal. The salary that Gabriel Jesus will be taken has not been released but at the moment the highest paid player is Thomas Partey, the man he met.
Gabriel Jesus at the Emirates Stadium
Thomas Partey takes home a mouthwatering amount of £200,000 a week. Maybe Gabriel Jesus will take more or less the amount of money Thomas takes home. They were rivals but now they are teammates.
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