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Gabriel Jesus of Arsenal is expected to miss several weeks after having knee surgery

<p>After manager Mikel Arteta revealed on Wednesday that the Brazilian forward had undergone a minor knee procedure, Arsenal forward Gabriel Jesus will miss the start of the Premier League season.</p>
<p>After sustaining a knee injury during the World Cup, the Brazil international was out for three months of the previous campaign. Following another procedure, he now faces a shorter recovery time.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-109224″ src=”×422.jpg” alt=”” width=”1482″ height=”834″ srcset=”×422.jpg 750w,×220.jpg 390w,×84.jpg 150w, 768w” sizes=”(max-width: 1482px) 100vw, 1482px” /></p>
<p>After Arsenal’s friendly match against Monaco at the Emirates Stadium, Arteta said, “Unfortunately, he had a little procedure this morning.” “They had to go in and fix it because he had some soreness in his knee that had been creating some problems. He seems to be out for a few weeks, however it is not a serious injury. It is a major setback because we had him back to his peak, particularly after the way he performed against Barcelona (during preseason), then we lost him.</p>
<p>Jesus, according to Arteta, had been experiencing “discomfort” in the knee for a few weeks.</p>
<p>We had to make a choice, and we thought that protecting the player and returning him as soon as possible was the wisest course of action, according to Arteta. “It has to do with the operation and the prior injuries he suffered. We had to address the knee discomfort he was experiencing.</p>
<p>Eddie Nketiah and American international Folarin Balogun are the only other true attackers still in the club when the season begins, but Leandro Trossard and newly acquired Kai Havertz can also play up front.</p>
<p>After excelling while on loan at French club Reims last season, Balogun has attracted attention from several teams during this transfer window. However, Jesus’ injury may make Arteta less inclined to move the striker.</p>

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