Guardiola was reluctant to comment on his chances of signing Sanchez from Arsenal during the January transfer window.
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Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus could be back in training within two to three weeks and is set to be fit for next month's Champions League tie against Basel, manager Pep Guardiola said Friday.The Brazil international, 20, has responded well to a visit to Barcelona this week, to be treated by Ramon Cugat, the surgeon Guardiola regularly turns to when his players are battling serious injuries.City, who lead the Premier League by a gaping 15 points, play the Swiss side in the first leg of their round-of-16 tie on Feb. 13 .City remain favorites to sign the Chile forward, who is out of contract at the end of the season and has made clear that he wishes to leave the Emirates Stadium but Manchester United are reported to have joined the race for his signature.
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