The Brazilian striker’s spectacular get started in English soccer – he has scored 12 objectives in 17 appearances up to now – has brought on the membership’s hierarchy to open talks on a new deal to switch the four-and-a-half-year contract he signed in January.
Jesus, 20, is about to double his £70,000-a-week wages to carry him extra in line with City’s different first-team regulars and fend off any long term hobby from European tremendous powers like Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Jesus may well be rested as City pass to West Brom in the Carabao Cup this night (Wed) with Pep Guardiola in a position to rotate his squad. Youngsters Phil Foden and Brahim Diaz are set to characteristic and goalkeeper Claudio Bravo may just additionally get a run-out.
West Brom supervisor Tony Pulis, in the meantime, may just no longer be happier that West Brom didn’t money in on skipper Jonny Evans.
Manchester City and Leicester headed a gaggle of golf equipment determined to check out and land the 29-year-old defender.
Evans was once signed for £6m – peanuts when compared with the £30m price ticket on him earlier than the window closed.
Pulis mentioned: “We’re happy that his price is that and I’m much more happy we by no means took it. He has accomplished smartly right here in a whole lot of respects. He has turn into a greater defender.
“He has at all times technically been a just right centre-half however he has turn into a greater defender and the accountability now of being captain will take him on once more.”