There's no denying Karim Benzema is the best striker in the world right now, having recently managed to win the Ballon d'Or. He has yet to hit the ground running this season due to persistent injuries. Notably, he was ruled out of the World Cup due to an injury.
According to HITC, Real Madrid are concerned about their talisman's injury rate and are looking to sign a striker in the winter. In his search for a new striker, Carlo Ancelotti has identified Gabriel Jesus as a player who can thrive in his system.
Real Madrid's interest in Jesus is intriguing, given that he is only a few months into his Arsenal career following a £45 million summer transfer. Given how pivotal the 25-year-old has emerged as in Arteta's project, it's unlikely he'd be allowed to leave.
Yes, Real Madrid's interest in Jesus is tempting, but with Arsenal leading the Premier League standings with 37 points (5 points ahead of second-placed Manchester City), who would want to leave Arsenal?
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