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Arsenal ready to sell Gabriel Jesus this summer

Arsenal are prepared to part ways with Gabriel Jesus for the right price this summer, according to The Athletic.

The Brazil international has had a difficult second season at the club. He has averaged 57 minutes per game in his 33 appearances in all competitions.

The 27-year-old has missed 13 games with multiple injuries and is currently behind Kai Havertz in the pecking order for the number nine position.

Arsenal are reportedly open to selling Jesus for the right price. He is no longer considered an indispensable figure in the current squad.

Jesus has been nursing a nagging knee issue since his setback at the 2022 World Cup. He may undergo another minor procedure this summer.

Arsenal could offload Nketiah and Jesus

The Gunners started the season with Nketiah and Jesus as their preferred strikers, but they have fallen down the pecking order in recent months.

Nketiah has not started a league game since New Year’s Eve against Fulham, while Jesus has been in and out of the starting line-up since the turn of the year.

Havertz has capitalised on this to become the main man up front. He has a shot conversion rate of 21 percent in the league this term – three times more than Jesus.

Jesus, who netted four goals in the Champions League campaign, is valued at €70 million by Transfermarkt but could be sold for less this summer.

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