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Fri 17 Feb 2017
00:01:46
Manchester City star Gabriel Jesus looked in good spirits after undergoing surgery on his broken metatarsal in Barcelona. Jesus suffered the foot injury early on in Monday night’s win over Bournemouth and is expected to be out of action until at least April.

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