#Manchester City have signed the first player in the January transfer window, as The Citizens have completed a move for Brazilian wonder kid Gabriel Jesus from Palmeiras. The 19-year-old striker will probably make his league debut on Saturday, when Manchester City will face Tottenham Hotspurs.

Pep Guardiola’s side agreed the deal earlier, during the summer transfer window, but the young Palmeiras star admitted that he would like to stay at his old club for the rest of the Brazilian league season, to help his team to win the title. The Citizens have paid £27m for a player, who have a bright future ahead of him. Many #Football specialist think, that he can be one of the best players in the world in five years Sky News reported

'I want to win trophies'

"Manchester City is one of the best clubs in the world, I’m really happy that I can join this team.

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I hope to be very successful in the Premier League, I think it is the best league in the world with the best clubs, managers and players." – the teenager said earlier in the summer.

Gabriel Jesus is a typical Pep Guardiola’s signing. He can play anywhere in the offensive formation, so he is very high rated for the Spanish manager. The Brazilian made 67 first-team appearances for his former side Palmeiras, scoring twenty-six goals in the process. All formalities have been completed and the highly-rated teenager could make his first official appearance in his new club on Saturday, when Manchester City will play against Tottenham Hotspurs at the Etihad Stadium. Pep Guardiola and his players will desperate to bounce back from their demolishing 4-0 defeat at the Goodison Park in the game against Everton.

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'My dreams came true'

"I want to play for Manchester City for many years, I hope to win titles and my new club is the best place to do it, they’re used to winning and that’s why I decided to join City. Pep Guardiola is the best manager in the world, when you look at his achievements with FC Barcelona and Bayern Monachium you can see how good he is at his job. It was also a big factor for me.” – Gabriel Jesus said. #Premier League