Gabriel Jesus Salary Comparison With Other Arsenal Players

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“There are still gaps between salary and performance.”

1NEWS – Brazilian striker, Gabriel Jesuswill officially play together Arsenal next season. The confirmation was received after the Gunners announced his signing from Manchester City recently.

The 25-year-old player was recruited by the Gunners for a transfer value of 45 million pounds (Rp 818 billion) from Manchester City. He has been given the number 9.

“I am very happy to sign for this great club. From the first day when I knew I could play for Arsenal, I was happy,” Jesus said as posted on Arsenal’s website.

“I know the staff, I know some of the players, the Brazilian players. I know there are a lot of top players. They’re young and I’m young too, so I’m really happy to be here to help. I came to help, learn as well and try to do my best,” added the Brazilian forward.

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arsenal coach, Mikel Artetavery excited by the joining of Gabriel Jesus with his foster children.

“I am so excited. The club has done a great job signing players like this. I know Gabriel personally very well, and we all know him very well from his time in the Premier League and being very successful here,” Arteta told the club’s official website.

“This is a position that has been on our radar for a long time and we have managed to get the player we all wanted, so I am very happy,” he added.

Jesus has signed a five-year contract with the Gunners, with reports from the Mirror newspaper that the former Palmeiras man will earn around £190,000 per week. The salary is quite large for Arsenal players at this time.

If you don’t believe me, let’s compare all Arsenal squad salaries? The salary list is based on data released by The Sun last month.
You can see below, the order of the salaries of Arsenal players from lowest to highest:

Fabio Vieira – £25,000 per week

Nuno Tavares – £27,000 per week

Bukayo Saka – 30,000 pounds (Rp 545 million) per week

William Saliba – £40,000 per week

Emile Smith Rowe – £40,000 per week

Runar Alex Runarsson – £40,000 per week

Rob Holding – £40,000 per week

Gabriel – £50,000 per week

Ainsley Maitland-Niles – £52,000 per week

Albert Sambi Lokonga – £52,000 per week

Mohamed Elneny – 52,500 pounds (Rp 954 million) per week

Takehiro Tomiyasu – 57,000 pounds (Rp 1 billion) per week

Aaron Ramsdale – £63,000 per week

Cedric Soares – £75,000 per week

Lucas Torreira – £75,000 per week

Martin Odegaard – £79,000 per week

Pablo Mari – £85,000 per week

Gabriel Martinelli – £90,000 per week

Eddie Nketiah – £100,000 per week

Granite Xhaka – £100,000 per week

Bernd Leno – £100,000 per week

Kieran Tierney – £110,000 per week

Hector Bellerin – £110,000 per week

Ben White – £120,000 per week

Nicolas Pepe – £140,000 per week

Gabriel Jesus – £ 190,000 per week (per Mirror)

Thomas Partey – £200,000 per week

Based on the data above, Jesus, who scored 95 goals for Manchester City in six seasons, is now the second highest-paid player at Arsenal. With Thomas Partey is the only Arsenal player with a salary greater than him at the moment.

Pepe is Arsenal’s third-best-paid, followed by White, Bellerin and Tierney. While Nkeitah recently signed a big deal to extend his stay at the club and is one of nine Arsenal players who earn £100,000 per week.

However, sadly, former Real Madrid player, Martin Odegaard, still receives a fee that is arguably low. Although he became one of Arsenal’s best players. Odegaard earns just £79,000 per week, making him the 12th highest-paid player at the club.

While there are two players in the Arsenal first team squad who earn less than Saka, namely Tavares and new recruit, Vieira.

However, as reported earlier this year by The Sun, the Gunners are willing to double Saka’s salary and give him a £125,000-a-week deal. The youngster has just two years left on his current contract and he could soon sign a contract extension at the club.

(atmaja wijaya/yul)