Arsenal must boost up their striker search after the horrific Jesus injury was disclosed.

Arsenal must boost up their striker search after the horrific Jesus injury was disclosed.

All Arsenal supporters expect to see their players hurt when they go abroad on international duty, and we have been proven correct yet again, with tragic news coming from the Brazil camp in Qatar that Gabriel Jesus will miss the rest of the World Cup due to a knee scan.

The aggravating thing is that he only appeared in two of Brazil’s first two games, and Jesus and Martinelli only began against Cameroon because Brazil had already qualified for the knockout stages.

Martinelli had a fantastic performance, but Jesus was quite depressed and was removed after an hour.

It has since been revealed that he needed a scan on his knee and it is apparently an ongoing problem at Arsenal this season.

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Mikel Arteta will only have Eddie Nketiah as our one confirmed centre-forward if he is out for at least a month, plus further time to return to match fitness, and he can’t play two games every week, even if he will be extremely fresh to begin with.

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However, this highlights the importance of purchasing additional coverage in early January. I’m curious whether we can obtain Mudryk or Gakpo right at the start of the transfer window to bolster our very small team.

Or do Arteta and Edu have another surprise up their sleeves?


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