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‘Gabriel Jesus Must Leave Man City’- Rivaldo

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Brazil legend Rivaldo has urged Gabriel Jesus to leave Manchester City this summer for more regular playing time elsewhere.

The 22-year-old striker has made 46 appearances in all competitions this season but started just 20 of those, scoring 19 goals as his side retained their Premier League and Carabao Cup crowns but crashed out of the Champions League at the semi-final stage.

Although Jesus described Manchester as his “home” in January, he admitted in April that he has been frustrated by his fluctuating role in Pep Guardiola’s team, saying:

“I always want to play. Of course it frustrates me but in a good way, it makes me want to train and work hard… I have always made it very clear that I always want to be with the team.”

Earlier this season he was challenged by Guardiola to raise his level and “fight to win his position” in the team ahead of Sergio Aguero, but there have since been reports that City are prepared to sell the former Palmeiras star in the next transfer window to make way for new players.

That outcome would likely benefit Jesus more than risking another year on the bench in Manchester, according to compatriot Rivaldo, who believes he is ready to try his hand elsewhere.

“Gabriel Jesus wasn’t as influential this season as he was in the last one and I think he has two valid options for next season,” the former Brazil and Barcelona star told Betfair.

“As a young prospect he could continue and keep evolving with Guardiola, hoping that more chances come, or he could leave for another club of similar stature to try to become a regular starting 11 player.

“I see the second option as the best solution. He already gained experience and maturity at City and looks prepared for a new challenge in a team where he could be more important for the team.”

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‘Winning Is So Addictive’- Man City Boss Pep Guardiola Ahead Of FA Cup Final

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Manchester City forward, Raheem Sterling, has admitted being a Manchester United fan.

The England forward, who stars for City these days, said when he was younger, he was firmly a Red.

The 24-year-old Sterling enjoyed another brilliant season for Pep Guardiola’s side scoring 17 goals and adding 10 assists in 34 Premier League games.

But despite playing for City, as well as Liverpool before them, Sterling admitted he grew up a huge supporter of United.

Sterling said he was at the 2007 FA Cup final, which saw Chelsea defeat United at Wembley.

“I was at the final in 2007,” he told the Mirror.

“I shouldn’t really say this — not now, definitely not now! — but when I was young, I was a massive United fan.

“I had an old United kit, from when they won the last FA Cup.”

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WOW!! Premier League Players To Get Yellow Cards If They Request For VAR Next Season

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Premier League players may be shown a yellow card next season if they gesture for a referee to check a decision with VAR, Sky Sports understand.

Referees will be encouraged to show common sense early in the season as players adapt to the new technology, which will be introduced for the first time for all Premier League games.

All managers and Premier League squads will be visited by PGMOL officials over the summer, to warn them about their conduct.

Referees will stress VAR officials will be monitoring the game constantly, so there is no need for players to call for a review.

If a player mimics the outline of a TV screen with their hands, they are likely to be booked, but much will depend on the manner and body language of the player at the time.

However, the new advice does not constitute a new rule – it comes under existing FA laws on dissent, whereby any show of aggression or overt questioning of a referees decision will result in a yellow card.

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See What Jose Mourinho Is Saying About Becoming New PSG Manager

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Former Manchester United and Chelsea boss, Jose Mourinho, has insisted that he will not be working at Paris Saint-Germain next season as they already have a coach.

Mourinho is ready to return to management and has been linked with PSG.

In an interview with L’Equipe, he was asked about joining two of France’s top clubs.

“It’s impossible [to coach PSG]. You can’t coach a club that’s got a coach! Speak to me about a club where the door is open.

“I don’t have an answer [about Lyon]. I don’t respond to that type of question.

“I’ve a lot of respect for all clubs – those that think of me and those that don’t think of me,” Mourinho said.

Current PSG boss, Thomas Tuchel, is under pressure, after an indifferent domestic campaign and elimination from the Champions League against Manchester United, despite winning the first leg 2-0 away from home.

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