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Arsenal might have disclosed the time for the sensational £45 million Gabriel Jesus transfer announcement video.

Gabriel Jesus' marking by Arsenal indicates that things aren't slowing down as evidenced by the club's busy summer transfer window.

Arsenal might have disclosed the time for the sensational £45 million Gabriel Jesus transfer announcement video.

Gabriel Jesus’ marking by Arsenal indicates that things aren’t slowing down as evidenced by the club’s busy summer transfer window.

The expectation that Arsenal will reveal Gabriel Jesus’s marking could soon be fulfilled, much to the delight of many allies.

Since it was reported that the Gunners and Manchester City had reached an agreement to buy the striker for £45 million, more than seven days have passed. He is now their fourth confirmed signing of the summer transfer window, following the appearances of Marquinhos, Fabio Vieira, and Matt Turner.

So, a few days have passed since Gabriel Jesus underwent his physical after being seen at London Colney with Arsenal’s special assistant Edu and wearing the number nine jersey at the Emirates Stadium. But as of right now, nothing has been said to indicate that his move is over.

Even so, official confirmation may come within the next 24 hours or so since he needs to be identified as a Gunners player by Monday if he plans to travel to Germany for a training camp with the rest of the senior group, which is possible given the extra break after the international.

Subtleties of the day that Arsenal departs for their first of two international trips this summer were recalled for a match report on the club’s official website following the 5-1 victory over Ipswich Town in an undercover exhibition game on Saturday night at London Colney.

Eddie Nketiah scored a goal in each half as we defeated Ipswich Town 5-1 on Saturday in a friendly match at London Colney to kick off our preseason schedule, according to a statement from the team. “Our new number 14 built up a high pitch in the first half, which also aided Sambi Lokonga’s goal, before Folarin Balogun joined in on the show in the final period.

“The game was Mikel Arteta’s opportunity to provide a task to those players who returned to practicing at the start of the week, or more specifically, to those who weren’t involved in post-season international installations. All things considered, though, it was a pleasant victory for the Gunners, who go for a German instructional course on Monday. Their trip will come full circle on Friday, July 8, with a nice away game at Nurnberg.

So the Arsenal team will go for Germany on Monday, July 4. The question is, will that date also see the confirmation of Gabriel Jesus’ £45 million transfer? If so, a fantastic declaration video has been suggested to the club’s creative department.

The brilliant plan, which involves current Gunners triplets Gabriel Martinelli, Gabriel Magalhaes, and Eddie Nketiah, is as follows: “If the declaration video isn’t Nketiah ringing the phone, making proper acquaintance, “Gabriel?,” and then Martinelli and Gabriel M. getting the phone, and Eddie saying “sorry, wrong Gabriel,” and then ringing Jesus, I’ll be frustrated.”

Of course, the reason for the phone-themed announcement video is that Gabriel Jesus and Nketiah play out the “phone” goal celebration after finding the back of the net, but they aren’t connected to one another. For instance, Jesus has been praising his objectives for club and country in this manner since about 2017, and he even discovered the secret is that he is ostensibly calling his mother.

When it comes to Nketiah, it’s something he started doing well before cracking the first-team picture at Arsenal and has continued with him ever since. “It’s just a little call! I’ve kind of stuck with it since preseason, when Arsenal Media came up with the easily forgotten detail, “call me on the off chance that you really want a goal,” he told the club’s official website. I try to participate in every goal, whether it be youth level, in the recreation area, or anywhere else. I normally try to celebrate and appreciate it, and it is always a gift to score. A lot of my friends like it, so they are eager for me to dial them up presuming that I get on the scorecard.


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