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Could Man City boss Pep really lose superstar Aguero this summer?

Could Man City boss Pep really lose superstar Aguero this summer?

City are now just a point behind second-placed Tottenham - but remain 10 points adrift of runaway-leaders Chelsea.

"He's fine. You saw when he came on against Swansea, he played really well". Listen, years ago it was (Carlos) Tevez, (Mario) Balotelli, (Edin) Dzeko, Kun (Aguero).

"We deserved to win".

Jesus has made an immediate impact since arriving from Brazilian side Palmeiras for £27m. "I have spent a lot of years in Europe playing the same way". He's not getting the game time he wants at the moment because Gabriel Jesus has come in like a house on fire, but we all know he will walk back into that side again because the level that Jesus is now showing is not sustainable in England. "You know you have to perform well to keep your place in the team".

City dominated the first half against Swansea but the Welsh side hit back after the break and were close to pinching a point until Jesus' late victor.

Manchester City new boy Gabriel Jesus has adapted quickly to live with Pep Guardiola's side.

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"When things go like this it is much easier and very good". Born April 3, 1997, Jesus is a skillful, pacy and strong striker who plays like a certain Robert Lewandowski.

"It's nice to see young players given their opportunities to play, though". "He's 19 years old, so we are so happy, happy with what the club have done and to have him here".

A point would have been just rewards for Paul Clement's team following the second-half turnaround but Jesus, preferred again to Sergio Aguero, broke Swansea hearts with his third goal in his first three EPL games. Hopefully he can continue doing this. "Nobody is ever going to forget that 94th minute goal to win the Premier League", Mills told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast. "For Pep it's good to have different options".

You so often see teams down the bottom crumbling after late defeats like the Swans suffered on Sunday, but Paul Clement and his must make sure that doesn't happen ahead of this weekend.

Zabaleta's reaction to seeing Fernandinho take his position may be an example to Aguero.

Aguero has been a terrific player for City and has written his name into the club's history books.

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