Jesus predicts Arsenal will win EPL title this coming season

Arsenal FC striker Gabriel Jesus has predicted the teams experience from the 2022/2023 EPL season will help the Gunners win the title this season.

The 2023/2024 English Premier League season will get underway in August.

Brazil forward Gabriel Jesus is optimistic Arsenal can better their performance from the 2022/2023 season to win the title .

Last season, Mikel Arteta tutored Gunners led the standings until a late-season slump to allow Manchester City overtake to win a third straight EPL title.

Former Manchester City striker Jesus believes the experience from last season will be key to their hopes of success this coming season.

Jesus said “It’s difficult to know (why they slipped) but I believe sometimes at the end of the season, we were a little bit nervous as a team.

“They were not nervous as normally they win so that made a difference. This season we have experience of this and it will be different.”

“Even before, I was feeling like that the gap was not that big.

“They (Manchester City) are together years and that made a difference. Winning for years made a difference also.

“The year I arrived (at Arsenal) I believed we could fight and win. Unfortunately we didn’t win but I think we will win, for sure ( this coming season ).” he concluded.

Arsenal have reinforced their squad this summer with the arrival of Declan Rice, Kai Havertz and Jurien Timber and are still actively involved in the transfer market ahead of their return to UEFA Champions League action.

In pre-season, Arsenal FC have so far played three matches. The Gunners drew 1-1 vs Nurnberg before spanking MLS All-stars 5-0. Their last outing was a 2-0 defeat vs Manchester United FC.

Before their English Community shield clash vs Manchester City on August 6, the Gunners will face Barcelona and Monaco to complete their pre-season activities.

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