Charlie Nicholas has high expectations on Arsenal’s Brazilian attacker

Arsenal legend Charlie Nicholas believes Gabriel Martinelli has the potential to reach the heights of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. The teenager was an unknown when he joined the Gunners from Brazilian fourth tier side Ituano last summer but he has made a huge impression with 10 goals and two assists across all competitions.

Angelino speaks on his Manchester City future after RB Leipzig loan

Spanish defender Angelino has refused to rule out the prospect of returning to Manchester City in the future. The 23-year-old was re-signed from PSV Eindhoven through a buy-back clause last summer and he made 12 appearances for the Citizens before sealing the temporary exit to Leipzig during the January transfer window.

Jesus pleased with his current situation at Manchester City

Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus has said that he is very happy with how things are proceedings with the Citizens. The Brazil international has played second fiddle to Sergio Aguero for the striker’s position for most of the season and that was the case during the League Cup final, where he featured off the bench.

Andy Morrison says Gabriel Jesus can be one of the best

Former Manchester City ace Andy Morrison believes Gabriel Jesus can be one of the best in the world. The Brazil international has played second fiddle to Sergio Aguero since joining the club two years ago but he has a good chance of securing regular gametime in the coming weeks with Sergio Aguero out with a thigh concern.

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David Luiz insists Arsenal’s youngsters has earned their playing time this season

Arsenal defender David Luiz has said that the youngsters at the club have earned their opportunities to impress on the basis of their hard work this season. Joe Willock, Reiss Nelson and Bukayo Saka are some of the academy players, who have earned regular gametime this term and the latter has started the last two Premier League matches for the club.

Guardiola makes prediction on Neymar’s future amid Barcelona link

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has said that Neymar remains an extraordinary player but he cannot judge whether the Brazilian would be a success on his potential return to the Camp Nou. The 27-year-old is currently in the ranks of Paris Saint-Germain but he has been touted to make the comeback with the Blaugrana during the ongoing transfer window.

Speaking to Ara, Guardiola highlighted that the Brazilian remains a potent force when it comes to the attacking facet of the game but cannot predict whether he can once more be successful with the Blaugrana, he said: “Neymar is an extraordinary player. But I don't know. It's like if I go back to Barcelona, I am not the same person, and I don't know if Neymar would be the same. Well, he is great, nobody doubts it.”

Thomas Tuchel hopeful of continuing with PSG next term

Paris Saint-Germain manager Thomas Tuchel has indicated that he is hopeful of continuing at the helm next season despite the club’s average campaign. The Capital outfit had been expected to celebrate a domestic double after celebrating the league title earlier in the month, but the same did not happen following their shock penalty shoot-out defeat to Rennes in the Coupe de France final.

Speaking after the game, Tuchel admitted that he would prefer to continue working with the Parisian outfit next season despite the disappointing end to the campaign. He added that he cannot explain the outcome of the game, considering his players were cruising during the early phase of the Cup final.

ALVES: NEYMAR INDEFENSIBLE

Dani Alves says that Neymar might be one of his closest buddies on the Football circuit, but his behavior during the presentation ceremony at the conclusion of the domestic cup final in France was totally uncalled for and he is not going to even try to defend it.

Alves and Neymar not only play alongside each other in club Football, but they are compatriots as well and represent the same country at the international level and hence share a very close relationship.

Dani Alves speaks on his Paris Saint-Germain future

Brazil international Dani Alves has indicated that he would be willing to extend his contract with Paris Saint-Germain beyond the current campaign. The 35-year-old has been with the French outfit for the past 20 months where he has managed to command a regular starting role despite the competition from Thomas Meunier.

Speaking to reporters, Alves said that he has no plans of hanging up his boots in the near future but his stay with Les Parisiens depends on the board’s decision, he said: "It doesn't depend on me, but if it were down to me then of course. People are marked down for their age — once you get past 30, people look at you a bit funny. When you get to 35 the questions are all 'when are you going to stop?' Calm down! I decide when I am going to stop. It's the old story, do you want a normal car, or something top of the range? That is how I am — the older I am, the more expensive I am!"

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