“I must leave” Gabriel Jesus speaks out as he “revealed” his dream Club

Gabriel Jesus, a forward for Palmeiras, described Barcelona as his “dream” destination if he were to switch teams this summer.


The 19-year-old has recently made an outstanding impression in his native Brazil, thriving in Serie A and sparking a flurry of rumors about a transfer to Europe. Jesus has been closely associated with several teams, and the player himself stated that Barcelona would be his favourite destination.


According to Joaquim Piera of Sport, he stated, “To go to Barca would be a dream.” The player, according to Piera, “won’t let the opportunity to move to Camp Nou pass.”


In a previous article, Piera reported that a number of prominent European clubs, including Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Manchester United, and Paris Saint-Germain, are interested in the player. ONE World Sports’ Duncan Castles reports that Manchester City has made a $16.7 million offer for the child.


Here are several reasons why the adolescent may have attracted the attention of so many clubs:



Jesus was asked about how far he could advance in the game, and he responded, “I am aware of my conditions, I know what my potential is and what I can give.” “I’m putting in a lot of effort. I exert all of my effort to play football, which is what I enjoy doing the most. I’m having a great time.


Recent displays by Jesus have been especially spectacular. He has already demonstrated a great degree of versatility in his career, playing for Palmeiras this season on both wings and through the middle.


It is understandable that Barcelona would be interested in the youngster as well. After all, he often shines in the final third, whether it is by making crucial passes for teammates or dribbling dangerously at defenders on the other team. He also poses a sizable goal threat, as evidenced by these figures from WhoScored.com:

Barcelona has reportedly already made a play for the kid, having submitted a proposal of €19 million plus €5 million in add-ons. The fact that manager Luis Enrique had to add some forward coverage for Neymar, Luis Suarez, and Lionel Messi shows how highly the Blaugrana esteem the young player.


However, some people might be hesitant to pay so much money on the Palmeiras starlet. He hasn’t quite established himself on the scene yet and hasn’t demonstrated his abilities in an elite class. His game has some green elements as well, particularly in terms of physicality, movement, and decision-making.


Rafael Hernandez, a Spanish football journalist, questions whether Jesus is qualified to play for Barcelona’s first team and is unconvinced by him:

If Enrique were to bring the player in, he would have a lot of options. Jesus is a dynamic player with contagious enthusiasm for the game. You have a sneaking suspicion that he would flourish in any of the three forward positions and would benefit greatly from the legendary attackers already there at the Camp Nou.


Barcelona supporters may be a little upset that the storied La Masia program isn’t now turning out players who can compete for first-team berths, but searching the world for the most promising up-and-comers is encouraging. And Jesus would surely offer the Catalan club something new.


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