Pep Guardiola fears Gabriel Jesus could miss the rest of the season after undergoing surgery to fix a fractured metatarsal.
Jesus limped off in the 15th minute of the 2-0 win at the Vitality Stadium on Monday after landing awkwardly while trying to reach a Raheem Sterling cross.
Jesus had surgery on a broken bone in his right foot on Thursday and is expected to be out of action for between two to three months, with some of that time spent back in Brazil.
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Grant's second 3-pointer of the third put the Bulls back up 67-65, and they stayed in front the remainder of the quarter. Butler ended up making both free throws to put the Bulls ahead by a point, and the Celtics were steamed after the game.
Guardiola revealed he hopes to have the striker in two to three months but accepts he could be without him for the rest of the campaign.
According to ESPN Brasil reporter João Castelo Branco, Manchester City will not release an official statement until Pep Guardiola's press conference on Friday.
"Now we send all our support to him and his family and we are waiting until he is back".
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Klinger, at 36 the oldest Australian T20 worldwide debutant, combined with Finch for a solid opening partnership of 76. But Gunaratne took charge and his half-century turned the tide to set up the thrilling victory for the Sri Lankans.
Jesus' injury means Sergio Aguero is likely to regain his place as City's first-choice centre-forward, with the Argentina striker having been relegated to the substitutes' bench for the matches against West Ham, Crystal Palace and Bournemouth.
"I don't have doubts about the quality because it was always there". Sergio was more than professional. He has to do what he has done since the beginning of his career.
City take on Huddersfield Town in the FA Cup fifth round on Saturday.
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Garcia said that a lot of the times the families affected have members who are citizens, and members who are not. Of the 190 arrested in Georgia and the Carolinas, 127 had prior criminal convictions.