Arsenal have some absolutely fantastic footballers on their books at the moment – that’s why they’re currently at the top of the Premier League.
The Gunners are flying at the moment, and what is perhaps most impressive about this team right now is how balanced the squad is.
You could genuinely make a case for any of William Saliba, Martin Odegaard, Granit Xhaka or Gabriel Jesus for being the Player of the Season so far, and the balance in this squad has been incredibly evident throughout the media as well this season.
One hot topic has been the debate around who the best player in Arsenal training is.
Kieran Tierney claimed that Emile Smith Rowe is the best trainer at Arsenal, while Aaron Ramsdale stated that Martin Odegaard is the top dog behind the scenes at London Colney.
Gabriel Martinelli has now been asked this exact question on Twitter and he’s given another answer, stating that Jesus is the best player in training at the north London club.
Jesus, Smith Rowe and Odegaard have all been named as the best trainers at the club this season, and that just goes to show the high standards that are being set at London Colney right now.
Mikel Arteta is clearly doing something right in training and multiple players are standing out in these sessions, while the performances are also carrying over onto the pitch as Arsenal sit on 21 points after just eight games of the season.
Jesus is the player Martinelli thinks is the best in training, and it’s not hard to imagine just how good the Brazilian would be behind the scenes, especially in small-sided games.