Aaron Ramsdale hopeful of more Arsenal signings and delivers verdict on ‘amazing’ Gabriel Jesus
Posted by  badge Boss on Jul 19
Aaron Ramsdale wants more new signings to arrive at Arsenal (Picture: Sky Sports)

is hopeful will continue to strengthen Mikel Arteta’s squad before the summer transfer window closes and says the club have already signed an ‘amazing talent’ in Gabriel Jesus.

Arsenal have brought Brazilian pair Jesus and Marquinhos, American goalkeeper Matt Turner and Portuguese midfielder Fabio Vieira to the Emirates so far this summer.

The Gunners are also and could turn their attentions to other targets once the star arrives in north London.

‘We’re bringing in players who are hungry and young, like we did the previous summer,’ goalkeeper Ramsdale told .

‘But we’re also bringing in winners as well, who have done it at this level. Everyone who’s come in has raised the level and if anyone else can come in and raise it again, it’s only going to benefit us.’

Asked what impact Jesus has made since his , Ramsdale added: ‘He’s a great guy, he chats with everyone and he always has a smile on his face.

‘He’s got amazing talent and he also knows how to win, so I’ve been trying to pick his brains.

Gabriel Jesus joined the Gunners from Manchester City (Picture: Getty)

‘He’s not going to change everything at this football club in terms of winning things, but if we can take 1% out of his mentality and how he plays then it’s only going to benefit us.’

Jesus scored 95 goals for Manchester City and helped the club win four Premier League titles, three EFL Cups and the FA Cup during his five-year spell at the Etihad.

The Brazilian has made a fast start to his Arsenal career, .

Having won a host of trophies at Man City, Jesus will hope to lift more silverware with Arsenal, who finished fifth in the Premier League last season.

Arsenal had looked on course to finish in the top four and qualify for the Champions League but .

‘Every disappointment can be a learning curve and it’s how you get the best out of that situation,’ Ramsdale said.

‘It will be a new learning curve this season with European football which is something not everyone in the squad has had before.

‘There were positives to take out of last season but it was a disappointing end for us. We’re over that now and we’re looking forward.’

The England goalkeeper added: ‘We’re in the Europa League to win it so lifting that trophy and getting into the Champions League would be a great season for us.

‘Getting into the Champions League has got to be the aim at the start of every season.’

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