Gabriel Jesus is one of the new signings that are expected to perform well in the 2022/2023 English Premier League season. The Brazilian striker was signed by Arsenal from Manchester City for £45 Million.
His performance in the preseason matches was a clear indication that he was ready for good performance. He scored 7 goals in the 5 preseason matches he played.
Since the beginning of the 2022/2023 English Premier League season he has scored 2 goals and gave 2 assists. He scored 2 goals and gave 2 assists in their game week 2 EPL 4-2 win against Leicester City.
He began his career at Palmeiras in 2015 when his market value was €4 Million. When he joined Manchester City in 2017 his market value increased to €25 Million. At Manchester City his market value continued to increase until €80 Million in 2018. Since then his market value has begun to drop.
His market value is currently €50 Million. His performance for Arsenal in the English Premier League 2022/2023 will determine his market value.
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