Manchester city just concluded a deal worth £45 million that saw Gabriel Jesus move to Arsenal.
The 25 year old Brazilian has been vital in the Guardiola’s trophy run, with 85 goals in 195 appearances since joining the club from Palmeiras in 2017.
Nevertheless, the Mancity ace has lacked regular game time as he has not proven to be the ideal replacement for the club’s record goal scorer, Sergio Aguero.
Another player who has struggled for minutes is Raheem Sterling.
At 27 years, the English forward should be at the peak of his powers, but that has not been the case exactly. Despite his blistering pace that poses great threat on any opposition, he still needs to be more decisive in the final third. His indecision has cost him playing time as Pep Guardiola has resolved to playing Mahrez, Foden, Gabriel Jesus and Grealish out wide.
With Spanish giants, Barcelona and Real Madrid monitoring Sterling’s current situation closely, Chelsea still lead the race in the hot pursuit of the speedster.
According to Fabrizio Romano, the London club are reportedly preparing a new bid closer to the Mancunian giants £50million price tag.