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Gabriel Fernando de Jesus is a professional footballer who plays for the Brazilian national team and Arsenal football club in England.
The Arsenal forward has played for the national team at all levels particularly the U20 and U23 teams before he made his debut for the senior team in 2016.
Gabriel Jesus may not be as famous as Neymar Jr or Vinicius Jr in the present Brazilian team set-up, however, the Sao Paulo born remain one of the best striker for the team.
The Rise Of Gabriel Jesus
Gabriel Jesus is a Brazilian born and raised in Jardim Peri, a small neighborhood in the North of Sao Paulo where honed his football skills on the streets.
Being born into an impoverish family and also being the last born often comes with it is own perks, but for Gabriel Jesus he went through proper mother to son training but as a kid that doesn’t stop him from hustling on the streets of Jardim Peri.
He started playing Brazilian Samba at the age of 5 where he was known to be a speed demon in his childhood, but after the 2002 World Cup he switched to be more of an attacking player who likes to score goals.
The Arsenal’s forward interest in football became more serious when he joined a football academy, adopting World Cup winner Ronaldo De Lima as his role-model and idol.
During his formative years in Brazil he played for a number of youth teams which includes Little Kids of the Environment. He also played for Anhanguera Association Paulista amateur club at the U15 tournament where he scored 29 goals.
At the age of 18 he was already the most talked-about in the Palmeiras team with scouts around the globe lurking around to poach him to Europe, having shown he’s one of the country’s best talents at such a young age before he moved to Europe to join Manchester City.
Gabriel Jesus Facts & Wiki
Name: Gabriel Fernando de Jesus
Date of Birth: April 3rd, 1997
Place of Birth: Sao Paulo, Brazil
Age: 25 years
Height: 5ft 9inch
Girlfriend: Raiana Lima
Father’s Name: Diniz de Jesus
Mother’s Name: Vera Lucia Jesus
Current Market Value: €75million
Social Media: Twitter, Instagram & Facebook
Gabriel Jesus Net-worth & Salary
The Arsenal’s forward is reportedly one of the highest-paid players at the Emirate with a take home of £265,000 per-week and £13,780,000 per season.
As of February 2023, the Brazilian forward net-worth is said to be around $27million, with his prime sources of earnings coming from football contracts, salary, endorsements and sponsorship deals.
German sportswear company which is arguably the best football brand in Europe has been associating with some superstar and elite teams over the years, as one of the Adidas-endorsed superstar to join the league is Gabriel Jesus who earns from promoting the Adidas Predator Accuracy.1 one of the best football cleats for the 2022-23 season.
Gabriel Jesus Club & National Team Journey
Fortune hasn’t smile on the Arsenal forward much in the shirt of the Brazilian national team, however, he’s played for their different youth teams from the U15 down to the U20.
In 2018 he was invited for the FIFA World Cup qualifications as part of the players that will prosecute the games against Ecuador. He was also named in Brazil’s final team to play the Copa America in 2019.
Same in 2021 he was also listed for the tour of Copa America and 2022 World Cup in Qatar, where he was injured with Brazil crashing out of the mundial despite parading some of Europe’s most sought-after players.
Regarding his club career he started playing professionally at Palmeiras when he signed for the Brazilian outfit in 2013, playing 48 matches and scoring 54 goals.
He left Brazil in 2016 to signed a contract with Premier League giant Manchester City until 2021, winning lot of trophies under the tutelage of Pep Guardiola.
Following his impressive performance with City in the 2021-22 campaign there were signs he may not have an important role in the team ahead of the 2022-23 campaign, having perceived that he decided to leave the Etihad Stadium in the summer.
Jesus joined the North London side on long-term contract when he signed a five year deal reportedly worth £45million as the Gunners new number 9.
Gabriel Jesus Honors & Achievements
Though Jesus is still relatively young, but the Brazilian has done well for himself in terms of achieving success in football. His honor and achievements includes.
- Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A 2016 & Copa do Brazil 2015
- Superclasico de las Americas 2018, Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A Best Newcomer 2015, Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A Best Player 2016, Bola de Ouro 2016 & Bola de Prata 2016
- 3 EFL Cup, FA Community Shield 2018, 2019 One FA Cup & 4 Premier League titles
- Olympic Gold Medal winner 2016 & Copa America 2019
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This article was updated 3 months ago