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Gabriel Jesus could make his return from a foot injury for Manchester City in their FA Cup semi-final against Arsenal on Sunday.
Jesus needed surgery after fracturing a metatarsal but the Brazilian striker has recovered faster than expected after missing the last two months of action.
Pep Guardiola confirmed the 20-year-old, who has scored three goals in his first five appearances for City, has a chance of being selected at Wembley.
"[He is] much, much better, today he made part of training with us," Guardiola told reporters on Friday. "He is coming back with his happiness - and we are so happy.
"We are going to travel, all the group, to Wembley, he will be part of that and after that we'll see.
"The impact of Gabriel is shown by how difficult it is to come to the Premier League and have the effect he did. He had all of Europe in his hands and he decided to come here, we cannot forget that.
"That’s why we are so happy that hopefully he can help us, along with Sergio [Aguero] and the others before end of season."
John Stones will miss the semi-final with a muscle injury, Guardiola added, but Vincent Kompany is expected to be available.
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