Arsenal's new signing Gabriel Jesus has explained the four things he will do for the Gunners to match club legend Thierry Henry's legacy at the Emirates.
The Brazilian forward signed for Arsenal earlier this week, sealing a £45million move from Premier League champions Manchester City. The 25-year-old was persuaded to move to north London and reunite with Mikel Arteta, excited by the club's vision and opportunity to be the main striker at the Emirates.
Other clubs tried to hijack the deal, but the Brazil international had his heart set on a move to the Gunners after technical director Edu had held positive talks with Jesus' camp. Speaking to GOAL in his first external interview after making the move from the Etihad to north London, Jesus has outlined the four things he will offer to the Gunners as he follows in the footsteps of his footballing idol, Thierry Henry.
Growing up in Brazil, Jesus would rarely get the chance to watch European football, but the 25-year-old admitted he idolised Arsenal legend Thierry Henry as a youngster. Speaking to GOAL, Jesus said: “When you say Arsenal, you mean Thierry Henry.