Gabriel Jesus was named the Best Newcomer in the 2015 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A. Read everything about his net worth.
Gabriel Fernando de Jesus has come a long way from painting the streets of Sao Paulo to becoming a Premier League title holder. Jesus was probably just another name on the streets of Brazil a decade ago, dreaming of playing football for his country. Fast forward to 2022, Jesus is a four-time Premier League champion, three-time FA Cup winner, and three-time league Cup winner.
Palmeiras was the club where things started working out for Jesus as he got his breakthrough season, where he won the Copa do Brasil and was also named the Best Newcomer in the 2015 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A. Jesus also won the Bola de Ouro in 2016 taking his first senior club to their first national title in over two decades.
He made his career-changing move to the blue side of Manchester in 2017 for a transfer fee of £27 million and appeared in 236 appearances for the club, scoring 95 goals. Jesus made his senior debut for Brazil in September 2016 after scoring seven goals for the youth setup. He was also a member of the Brazilian squad that contested in the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the Copa América in 2019 and 2021. After ten titles with Manchester City, he moved to the Emirates in a deal worth £45 million.
Gabriel Jesus moved to the Emirates from Manchester City after 236 caps bagging 95 goals for the Citizens. On July 4, 2022, a well-known transfer market name completed his £45 million fee move to North London. Gabriel Jesus has a net worth of around 10.5 million Euros as of 2022, according to Wtfoot.com.
Gabriel Jesus signed a contract worth £175,585 per week with the North London Club in July 2022 for a fee of £45 million. Gabriel Jesus earns £9.1 million per year. His Arsenal contract expires at the conclusion of the 2026/27 season.
Gabriel Jesus’s transfer value at the time of his move to Arsenal was £45 million. Jesus is valued at £65 million in the current transfer market. The move to Emirates thus far has been a successful one, and has had just over ten caps for Arsenal and has scored five goals. Under Mikel Arteta, the Brazilian is expected to have a fantastic season and help Arsenal compete for the Premier League title this season.