Manchester City have no plans to sell Sergio Aguero this summer
- Author: Regina Holmes Feb 07, 2017,
Feb 07, 2017, 1:01
Sergio Aguero was again left on the bench for City but Guardiola insisted he will get his chance over the next few weeks with games also coming up in the Champions League and FA Cup. "I have three months to do my best and help the team and we'll see what happens".
"In these [next] three months I have to help the club and then they will decide if I have a place here or not".
Manchester City's promising Brazilian talent Gabriel Jesus snatched a late 2-1 victor to save his team from an embarrassing home draw against Swansea City at the Etihad Stadium in week 24 of the English Premier League (EPL) football season.
Given how well Jesus has played in his three starts for the club so far, Guardiola isn't likely to drop him for the trip to Bournemouth next Monday.
The 19-year-old Brazilian striker, who moved to City in January following a £27 million deal with Palmeiras, scored a 92nd minute victor after he opened the scoring in the 11th minute.
The 28-year-old has made 26 appearances for the club this season and has scored 18 goals in all competitions.
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The Goal Pressure Index uses more than 750,000 data points as well as factors including league position, point in the season and the opposition to calculate a rating out of 100 for every Premier League player every week. City's hierarchy denies that Aguero is up for sale but the Daily Mail reports that PSG have held talks with the club's board about a potential deal in recent months.
"In three years my contract is up".
But while this situation remains publicly harmonious between Aguero and Manchester City, this could turn ugly at any point for both player and team.
Gylfi Sigurdsson's 81st minute goal for the Welsh side looked to have secured a point nine minutes from time after it cancelled out Jesus' 11th minute opener for the Citizens during the encounter. "I think over the 90 minutes we deserved to win but the gap between our first half display and our second was too big".
Some fans were, however, more apprehensive about the character Swansea showed to fight back against Manchester City.
He said: "No, no, I don't want to leave". Gabriel Jesus kept his spot as the main striker, which forced Sergio Aguero on the bench for a second consecutive match.