Manchester City confirm Gabriel Jesus suffered knee ligament injury at Crystal Palace

Tricia Pearson
January 2, 2018

City have now confirmed Jesus did suffer ligament damage during the incident.

Manchester City now sit 14 points clear at the top of the league.

With the rumours also saying that wenger would rather cash in on the Chilean, and the gossip that the Arsenal players are also keen to see him out of the dressing room as soon as possible, these injuries could force Pep Guardiola to be a little more proactive in the transfer market. Jack [Wilshere] went there because he gave the assist, but I don't know.

In a column for The Mirror, Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler dismissed the talk of discontent, and said even if there was, the players would just get on with it. They focus on diving, on these kind of things. All the players. I haven't spoken to the FA (Football Association) about it.

Former Aston Villa and Holland midfielder George Boateng believes Sanchez could inspire City if he makes the move from the Emirates to the Etihad.

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Richard Dunne, second to Joe Hart for City caps, told BT Sport: "Sanchez?"

Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez enjoyed this goal.

"In the internal meetings we are going to decide what is best".

"You judge a player on whether he played well or not and you comment on it after that". With six months left (on his contract) what's the point of selling him now? Watford are on a terrible run of form, winning just one of their last eight league games and racking up four points out of a possible 24. De Bruyne was stretchered off at the end and although the injury appears innocuous, he may miss today's home match against Watford.

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