"We saw with Watford yesterday and Tottenham, who could not win at Sunderland with their talented young players, what can happen". But he has a huge mentality. "Without him it [success] will not be possible", said Guardiola.
" These guys are the future of the club".
- Guardiola's former club, Barcelona, has Lionel Messi (29), Luis Suarez (30) and Neymar (24) leading the attack.
Also, there have been reports that Real Madrid are ready to sell Karim Benzema and Sergio Aguero could prove to be more than an able replacement for the Frenchman.
With this in mind, the newspaper also suggests that Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain could show an interest for Aguero.
"The Brazilian has enjoyed a barnstorming start to life in the North West, starring in wins over Crystal Palace and West Ham". Despite his "problems" with Guardiola, he's still managed to score 15 goals this season already in all competitions.
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"But Guardiola moved to assure Aguero of his position". I think that they have a great squad, a lot of fantastic players, and they played a really good game against West Ham.
Aguero has seen off rivals for his place before, but he has always remained ahead of the likes of Carlos Tevez, Edin Dzeko, Mario Balotelli, Alvaro Negredo, Wilfried Bony and Stevan Jovetic in the pecking order. "He knows and everyone knows we can not succeed without his contributions", Guardiola added.
With the Chilean global failing to establish himself as a decisive figure for City having replaced Hart, it remains to be seen whether or not Guardiola will prioritise signing another shot-stopper this summer as it doesn't look as though he's too keen on giving Hart another chance. One of the main reasons for City's inconsistency of results is the number of suspensions and injuries Guardiola has had to deal with while trying to adapt to the Premier League. But City boss Guardiola is adamant the 10-point gap between his fifth-placed team and Chelsea is too much to overcome.
Gabriel Jesus opened his account for Manchester City against West Ham on Wednesday night but one player on the bench didn't look overly pleased for the youngster.
Gabriel Jesus has made a startling impression at Manchester City since arriving in January and for the first time in his short reign at the Etihad, manager Pep Guardiola has options at centre-forward.