Arsenal’s Gabriel Jejus (25) reported on his recovery from injury.

Jejus joined Arsenal from Manchester City in the transfer window last summer. Jejus took the hand of coach Mikel Arteta, who was with him as a coach during his Manchester City days. Arsenal, which needed a front-line striker, invested 45 million pounds (about 67 billion won) and succeeded in recruiting him.

The effect was clear. Jejus added strength to Arsenal’s attack with his unique sharp movements and linked play. In particular, with a wide range of movements that do not cover left and right, he worked with Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli. Since last November, his scoring has not been good, but he scored 5 goals in 14 league games and lived up to coach Arteta’s faith.

But he was injured at the World Cup. Jejus, who competed as the Brazilian national team, injured his knee. Jejus got off in the middle of the World Cup and underwent surgery. His recovery period was expected to be 3 months. It was a very serious blow to Arsenal, who are at the top of the league.

Fortunately, in a situation where Jejus was missing, Eddie Nketia was in charge of the front line. Nketia started every game after the start of the second half and scored four goals in the league alone. Arsenal also stepped up their attack with the signing of Leandro Trosar in the winter transfer window. 온라인바카라

According to the UK’s ‘The Sun’, Jejus boasts a very good recovery speed. On the 2nd (Korean time), Jejus posted a picture of him wearing soccer boots on his social media account, saying, “After 8 weeks.” It was a recent situation that welcomed the situation where you could wear soccer boots in 8 weeks. The media said, “Jeju’s return seems close.”

Of course, manager Arteta was cautious. Coach Arteta said, “I hope Jejus will join us at the end of the season. But I won’t be in a hurry. Jeju’s injury was worse than we initially thought. I will do my best to help him recover quickly, but he needs time.”

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