According to sources, Gabriel Jesus will miss the remainder of the World Cup due to an injury.
The Arsenal forward had to leave the field after Brazil's defeat to Cameroon in the final World Cup group match due to right knee discomfort. It is now official that the 25-year-old will not be able to play for three to four weeks as a result of an injury discovered during scans.
He is rumored to want to make a comeback for Arsenal in January, therefore he will likely miss the Gunners' Premier League opener against West Ham.
Asensio has recently been a star for Madrid and has won it all. He has won the La Liga championship three times and was a member of three Champions League championship teams. Under Carlo Ancelotti, he has fallen down the lineup, and this season, he has made only one start.
As Real Madrid forward Marco Asensio struggles to agree on a new contract with the Spanish team, Arsenal is one of the teams keeping an eye on him.
Clubs throughout Europe have been made aware that the Spaniard has entered the final year of his current contract and has not yet reached an agreement on a new one.
The good news for Arsenal is that it appears he and Madrid will split peacefully, although there is a lot of competition to sign him.
According to a Mundo Deportivo report, they now want to move quickly to get him and will try to do so during the January transfer window.
It claims Mikel Arteta has specifically demanded the Spaniard to be added to his squad in the winter window.
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