Pep Guardiola says he is unsure if Gabriel Jesus will play for Manchester City again this season.
He is now in Barcelona, where he has been treated by renowned surgeon Dr Ramon Cugat.
The Manchester City manager, still active on three fronts as he seeks silverware in his first season in English football, will be without injured Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus, who broke a metatarsal in this week's league win at Bournemouth.
"They say [he could be out for] two or three months".
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Two days have passed since a freaky story from Sky Italia that Serie A side Inter, backed by the Chinese millions of Suning, have decided to make a summer move for Manchester City new boy, Gabriel Jesus.
"Huddersfield right now is in a big moment, playing really well, big results in the last minutes, a lot of confidence", he added.
The City manager said: "So last night, there was an operation".
"I don't know if it's the end of the season, next season".
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Jesus' absence is expected to mean top scorer Sergio Aguero will be back leading the line.
Huddersfield will hosting Manchester City at John Smith's Stadium in the FA Cup Fifth round on 18th February 2017.
"It is not easy coming from Australia and going to the Championship and play as good as he is".
"I spoke to Michael Emenalo at Chelsea and told him exactly how Kasey Palmer and Isaiah Brown would fit into our team, how much they were likely to play and how we would try to develop them, both physically and mentally", said Webber. "I don't have doubts about the quality - that was always there - or the behaviour in the team".
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