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Gabriel Jesus believes "100%" in Arsenal project after crucial Mikel Arteta talks

Arsenal after Mikel Arteta convinced him "100%" about their project.The Brazilian striker has put pen to paper on a long-term contract which sees him reunite with former Manchester City assistant manager Arteta, who was a driving force behind the transfer believed to be worth £45million.Explaining how it came about, Jesus told the club website: “We spoke a couple of times about the club, the players, the project and the future. I believe 100% in Mikel. I had a very good time with him before, he’s a very good guy and a very good coach as well.READ MORE: Arsenal signing Gabriel Jesus to be cheered on at Emirates by sexy influencer girlfriend“He helped me a lot.

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5 things Mikel Arteta got disastrously wrong this season as Arsenal bottle top four
Arsenal have secured European football - but it's not the competition that Gunners fans had been dreaming of after moving four points clear of Tottenham with only three fixtures remaining.Mikel Arteta's side had been in pole position to claim the fourth and final Champions League spot, but a collapse during the business end of the season has seen them settle for the Europa League. Arsenal finished on 69 points, and will not look back with much fondness.Daily Star Sport has looked at five things the Spaniard got disastrously wrong as the Gunners have to settle for another season outside of Europe's premier competition.Arteta went into the season with three recognised attackers: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Alexandre Lacazette, and Eddie Nketiah.Aubameyang was shown the door when Barcelona came calling in January, having already been exiled from the first team, while Lacazette had been under performing for the Gunners - leaving Arteta relying on the inexperienced Nketiah, whose contract is up in the summer.For the second half of the season, Arteta was left without a reliable goal-getter, and he could lose his two recognised strikers this summer. Is Arteta the man to lead Arsenal back to the Champions League? Let us know in the comments section Alan Hansen's famous quote has been routinely mocked down the years, but it sums ups Arsenal's season perfectly.Arsenal routinely fielded the youngest average aged starting side of the game week.
Alexandre Lacazette slammed by Arsenal fans for 'pathetic' shot which typifies his form
Arsenal fans have slammed Alexandre Lacazette as the Frenchman fluffed his lined in the Gunners' Premier League clash with Watford.Lacazette was on the end of a lovely team move, and the Frenchman found himself in acres of space in the Watford area.But Lacazette was only able to send his shot high and wide into the Vicarage Road crowd.There was a huge cheer from the Watford fans are the ball ballooned over, while the away fans let out a collective groan.And Arsenal fans have slammed the strike on social media, despite Lacazette bagging two assists in the clash.One fan tweeted: "Lacazette has done too much passing today, which is why his shot was comically terrible there."While another added: "Lacazette is the last guy u want on a shot...and he is our striker...""I don't think I have ever seen a striker consistently play as well as Lacazette does without scoring in my life," a third tweeted."If Lacazette could finish he would be unreal man," a fourth joked. What did you think of Lacazette's performance? Let us know in the comments section Lacazette provided two assists for the Gunners as they edged out a close encounter with the Hornets.The Frenchman's second was the pick of the bunch as he laid off Gabriel Martinelli to finish off a free-flowing Arsenal move.Lacazette now has seven assists in his last nine Premier League games.
Three things Mikel Arteta got but one he got wrong as Arsenal battle to Watford victory
Arsenal took a huge stride towards playing Champions League football next season as they beat Watford 3-2 away from home to move into the top four.It was an electric start at Vicarage Road as Martin Odegaard calmly slotted his effort past Ben Foster inside six minutes, before Cucho Hernandez equalised with an acrobatic effort just six minutes later.After assisting Odegaard, Bukayo Saka grabbed a goal of his own with a fantastic strike that ended a move of his own making, as he won back the ball before being set up by Alexandre Lacazette.Lacazette was again the provider but this time for Gabriel Martinelli shortly after the break, as Arsenal continued to look dangerous on every attack.But Watford did grab a late consolation through former Tottenham star Moussa Sissoko to make the end of the game uncomfortable for Arsenal, but they held on to secure all three points.Here Daily Star Sport take a look at what Mikel Arteta got right, and what he got wrong as Arsenal jump above Manchester United into the top four.What Arteta got right...Saka has been a revelation for Arsenal since coming through the academy, and he has quickly become one of the most senior players in the squad, even though he is only 20-years-old.His start against Watford was his 99th under Arteta, and the England international was clinical from the off as he provided a brilliant assist for Odegaard's opener, before putting Arsenal ahead before the break.His pace and energy continues to be a menace for defenders, and Watford's January signing Hassane Kamara was torn apart all game by the youngster.Saka's future is bright, but he is a star already, and he is usually involved in anything positive that comes Arsenal's way, and his performance against Watford was
Juventus new boy Dusan Vlahovic is 'dating the Italian Megan Fox' and Miss Italy winner
Juventus signing is reportedly dating Miss Italy winner Carolina Stramare, which may suggest why the Serbian wanted to stay in the country during the transfer window.Stramare has been compared to Hollywood star Megan Fox due to several physical similarities, and she was awarded the Miss Italy crown in 2019.Vlahovic was targeted by Arsenal this January as Mikel Arteta desperately searched for a new centre-forward, with the club now left with just Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah.But Vlahovic chose to move to Serie A giants Juventus, and he has the full support of the 23-year-old model.Stramare has more than 350,000 followers on Instagram, and has been dubbed the 'Italian Megan Fox' by multiple outlets in Italy.The winner of Miss Italy has reportedly 'stole Vlahovic's heart', and Stramare is now watching her partner lead the line for one of the biggest clubs in the country.Vlahovic captured a lot of attention during a breakthrough 18 months at Fiorentina, but made the move to Juventus for £66million, much to the disappointment of his former supporters who protested the transfer.The Serbian forward netted 41 goals in 64 matches for Fiorentina, and the Old Lady fought off competition from the likes of Arsenal and Tottenham to secure the star.
Arsenal fans will love new transfer target’s savage goal celebration vs Tottenham
Arsenal fans will have loved Armando Broja's celebration against Tottenham Hotspurs earlier this month.Broja has been one of the breakout stars of the Premier League campaign this season, and he continued his golden vein of form with a strike against Spurs.The youngster then ran in front of the Spurs supporters as he let out a massive roar in front of the fans.And with Arsenal linked to the Chelsea loanee, they'll be licking their lips at the cheeky celebration.Mikel Arteta is reportedly a big fan of the English-born Albanian international, and the Gunners could make their move in the summer.According to, Arteta could look to Broja to solve his attacking woes.Arsenal will be without a recognised striker in June with both Eddie Nketiah and Alexandre Lacazette out of contract in the summer.On top of that, Arsenal lost Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to Barcelona on Transfer Deadline Day after the Gabonese international had failed to make a first-team appearance since December.Meanwhile, Arteta also missed out on Dusan Vlahovic, who moved to Juventus from Fiorentina. Should Broja move to Arsenal, or does he deserve a chance at Chelsea? Let us know in the comments section Thomas Tuchel, earlier this season, said: “He’s our player and he’s doing good, but at the same time it’s only half a season, so he needs to continue to improve and to make his statement at Southampton.“We have a reason why they are our players, they have quality and mentality and now they are out there on their own in different environments and clubs and proving themselves.“Armando’s getting better and better, he’s a very unique player with unique strengths in his game - he has speed, he’s robust and he’s a goalscorer.”
Ruben Neves aims savage dig at Arsenal for celebrations after Wolves win
Arsenal for their celebrations in the wake of their win over his side on Thursday night.The midfielder played all 90 minutes as the Gunners claimed the three points from their trip to Molineux, moving them above Manchester United in the Premier League table.Arsenal defender Gabriel scored the only goal of the game after 25 minutes when he bundled in Alexandre Lacazette's flick-on.The visitors were also forced to play with 10 men for the final 20 minutes of the game, with Gabriel Martinelli sent off after committing two bookable offences within five seconds.Despite their one-man advantage during that period, Wolves were unable to find a way past Aaron Ramsdale in the Arsenal goal.When Michael Oliver blew the final whistle the Gunners players celebrated wildly, something that Neves has taken issue with.Speaking in his post-match interview, the Portuguese star aimed a savage dig at the visitors for the manner of their celebrations, claiming it shows the level they are on.“We did well but we are struggling to score goals and conceding a lot on set-pieces,” Neves said.Who was your man of the match from Arsenal's win at Wolves? Let us know in the comments section...“With their goal there is some doubt about whether it was a foul or not but that's football. We are used to these decisions.“We need to improve a lot on scoring goals because we are creating chances but we're not good enough in that part of the game.“I can accept the decision about their goal but in some games they give it and in some games they don't.
Arsenal's refusal to activate Alexander Isak's release clause makes perfect sense
Arsenal’s attempts to sign a striker on transfer deadline day ended in failure after the club decided against activating Real Sociedad target man Alexander Isak’s release clause.The Gunners made a late move to swoop for Isak after missing out on Dusan Vlahovic, who joined Juventus in a £63million deal in the last week of the transfer window.They entered negotiations with the La Liga outfit, only to be quoted the clause for the minimum buyout fee written into his contract.La Real reportedly demanded Isak’s £77m release clause to be paid in full and informed Arsenal they would not accept a lower amount.According to The Athletic, the north London club deemed the amount to exceed his actual market value and withdrew their interest, focusing on other targets.The 22-year-old has scored eight goals in 25 appearances across all competitions, but only four in 18 La Liga outings.Isak, a Sweden international, has been tipped as the nation’s biggest attacking talent since Zlatan Ibrahimovic and caught the eye with some impressive performances at Euro 2020.While technical director Edu Gaspar may have been right to decline to pay the clause, the Brazilian will have some feelings of regret after failing to add a striker to Mikel Arteta’s squad before the transfer window shut.The club also approached Espanyol about a move for 12-goal striker Raul de Tomas, but were again told to pay his release clause, revealed to be €75m (£63m) by the club’s president.Soon, it became apparent that Arsenal would not be signing a striker, which means Arteta must cope with Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah until the end of the season.Both strikers can leave on free transfers at the end of the campaign as their contracts expire in June, which could
Arsenal eye Alvaro Morata transfer - and Mikel Arteta’s assistant 'has spoken to him'
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is said to be 'desperate' to sign a striker on Transfer Deadline Day - but the Emirates is not the only possible destination for Alvaro Morata.With former skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang said to be in 'advanced talks' to play under Xavi in La Liga, Arteta and his team are on the lookout for a replacement after missing out on Dusan Vlahovic.However, the Serbian's move to Juventus has provided a window of opportunity, with former Real Madrid and Chelsea striker Morata looking for a new challenge.Step in Arsenal assistant Miguel Molina, who is said to have spoken with Morata directly ahead of a potential switch despite his previous struggles in the Premier League.Spanish outlet AS reports news of the contract between Morata and Molina, but add that their biggest rival also hold last-gasp hopes of a deal.Tottenham boss Antonio Conte is said to fancy a reunion with the forward who scored 15 goals during their 48 matches working together at Stamford Bridge between 2016 and 2017.Morata, 29, begun his career with Real Madrid and returned after his first spell with Juventus, later joining Atletico from Chelsea before his second transfer to Turin - which is a loan deal.The Spain international managed 20 goals in all competitions last season to match his career best, but has not been so prolific this season with eight goals from 29 outings.Would Alvaro Morata impress under Mikel Arteta? Give us your thoughts in the comments sectionDespite that, Morata could be seen as the perfect addition to Arsenal's young attacking line up, especially considering that Eddie Nketiah and Alexandre Lacazette are out of contract in the summer.Arteta said earlier this month: "Any time I have spoken to any player, they were