Did Wenger and Alexis get lucky with Man City injuries?

Posted January 02, 2018

City confirmed on Monday that Jesus had suffered MCL damage, but the player took to his official Instagram account soon after to allay fears of a lengthy lay-off.

"I have spoken many times about that".

"I know the contact is maybe more allowed here than any other country, that's okay, but there are limits".

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Guardiola said there was no need to change the physical style of English football but he called for a balance.

The loss of Jesus could strengthen City's resolve to sign Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez during the January transfer window, although Guardiola played down the possibility of a move for the Chile global. "But they can be out for a long time". Why would you protect just the players we like the most?

Speaking after the Arsenal and Crystal Palace's recent league match Henry said that there is a clear indication of a split in the dressing room after Sanchez celebrated his goal alone with his team mates refusing to join him.

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It is the latest injury blow for Jesus who was forced to sit out for two months shortly after joining City past year with a fractured metatarsal.

The Chilean global has six months left on his contract and has decided against signing a new deal at the Emirates. "We will have internal meetings and see what is for the best [in terms of transfers], but he is an Arsenal player and I think he will be [staying there]".

In England, Arsenal fans are about to lose their biggest two stars, Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez, who refused to renew their contracts with the club.

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"They have been all over the shop ever since Everton made their unsuccessful approach for manager Marco Silva".