Fans ‘call time on Jorginho’s Arsenal career’ as they concede just a MINUTE after he comes on following £12m transfer | The Sun

FANS have been left unimpressed with Jorginho following his debut for Arsenal.

The Italian had the worst possible start as Everton took the lead just one minute after he entered the field.

Jorginho made his debut for the club, coming on as a substitute for Thomas Partey in the 59th minute.

But James Tarkowski headed the home side ahead with what turned out to be the winning goal of the match in the 60th minute.

And fans are now brutally calling time on his Arsenal career, as one Tweeted: "Lmao Jorginho comes on, and a minute later they concede, he’s brought the Chelsea curse😭."

A second wrote: "10 million for Jorginho, and he’s sabotaging their title race."


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A third commented: "Jorginho getting blamed for today's loss."

A fourth said: "Jorginho on for about 8 seconds, and Arsenal immediately concede…"

A fifth added: "Jorginho getting cooked on his first appearance 😭🤣."

While some supporters were curious as to why the former Chelsea player replaced Partey.

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Many thought that he should have replaced Granit Xahka instead.

One said: "If Arteta subs off Xhaka instead of Partey, we don’t concede that corner and, therefore, the goal."

A second added: "Arteta made the wrong sub taking Partey off. Xhaka needed to go out, not Partey."

Jorginho joined the club on deadline day in a £12million move from Chelsea to provide more depth to the club's midfield options.

The defeat for Arsenal now means that their lead at the top of the table could be cut to just two points should Manchester City beat Tottenham tomorrow.

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