Jesus refuses to commit his future to Manchester City beyond the summer | Manchester By

Gabriel Jesus has refused to commit his future to Manchester City beyond this season, where the striker has a year on his terms from July.

The 25-year-old scored four goals in the 5-1 home defeat to Watford on Saturday, but suggested he could leave after joining in August 2016. Pep Guardiola wants to sign a center-back this summer with Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland his goal no. 1.

Jesus was asked if he would like to stay and fight for a place if an attacker is signed. “It’s not time to think about this,” he said. “You expect me to say this, but it’s true.

“It’s not time to think about this. Now is the best moment of the season. I want to enjoy focusing on my team, with my teammates, fighting for the Premier League. I won it with my teammates three times. And I know how it feels and I would like to have that feeling again.And of course we also have the tough match on Tuesday against Real Madrid [in the Champions League] and that is my focus. ”

Jesus asked if he would like to start more regularly, saying, “It’s not just me, it’s it [all] the players. If you ask, everyone will say ‘I want to play’ and the season I came here I have played a lot, I think.

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“Of course I know what I expect, but I know we have very good players who can also play every game, and sometimes it’s not just me, it’s Riyad [Mahrez]sometimes Raz [Sterling]and [Jack] Grealish arrives this season and sees how it is here. We have many good strikers, wingers and strikers. “

Jesus arrived as a central attacker, but now operates mostly on the right wing. He was asked about his best position. “A street player,” said the Brazilian. “As you go there and play in front, run everywhere and then try to fight to regain the ball for attack, to perform the actions quickly. I think that’s my quality. “

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