Manchester City has beaten the European Champions Real Madrid and their win has opened many secrets about Manchester city and their future as Pep Guardiola is no less than Thanos who have amazing gems in his hand and showed them to the world.
I know that Marvel fans are on their way to tell me that do your research well and all. So, I’m going to clarify all the Marvel fans to take this one as a matter of creativity and never doubt the research ability of this website’s writers as I know that according to MCU currently Thanos doesn’t have possession of any infinity stone yet.
In Avengers part-1 we saw Tessaract (space stone, blue) being sent to Asgard. In Thor: The dark world, we saw a bunch of Asgardians bringing Aether (reality stone, red) to The Collector. But, here I’m referring things according to the Marvel comics who are obviously ahead of us.
So, the point is that Manchester City have 5 top youngsters in their bag at the moment and no wonder these five players are destined to be one of the best because they’ve already been tested against the best.
5) Patrick Roberts
Manchester City were 3-1 up against Real Madrid and Pep Guardiola sent Patrick Roberts from the bench in to the field and within minutes the former Celtic loan star managed to set up a goal for Brahim Diaz.
The youngster is 20-years-old and has already gained enough attetion as his loan spell at Celtic saw him scoring 17 goals in 60 appearances for the club as they were unbeaten last season under the guidance of Brendan Rodgers.
With Newcastle United and Southampton chasing the signature of Roberts, it’s a tough call for Manchester City whether to let their star teenager on loan again in the same league or not. But, no wonder he’ll go out on loan as selling a talent like him will be just insane.
4) Brahim Diaz
The goal he scored against Real Madrid in front of 93,098 spectators is a dream many big footballers dreams of. The 17-years-old Diaz scored more than just a screamer as his one-two with Patrick Roberts and then a neat touch to shift the ball from his right to left and creates space for a rocket. It’s a sin to ignore the ability this little kid have and no wonder why some of Manchester City fans are pleading to see him in the first team.
3) Bernardo Silva
Bernardo Silva has been signed from AS Monaco in a fee of £43.5 million. Also known as “the little Messi”, his quick feet and eye for a slide-rule pass are two qualities guaranteed to excite the fans. City’s new acquisition, who possesses a gorgeous left foot, loves to drift inside instead of holding his width. Then, once he creates space for himself in those areas, he is a menace for opponents.
2) Gabriel Jesus
At just 20 years old, Gabriel Jesus has already become a national team regular, and he was a huge part of the Selecao team that won Brazil’s first ever Olympic gold. Also, he’s shown great potential last season and without a shadow of doubt he’s going to help Sergio Aguero upfront like he’s doing in the pre-season friendlies for the club. He has shown great potential to be one of the very best young talents in the world and if Manchester City can hold on to him then he’s going to be one of the best.
1) Phil Foden
Foden is 17-years-old and has played for City since he was six years old and made his inaugural first-team appearance against Manchester United at the NRG Stadium, where he was one of the standout performers.
But Guardiola, saw plenty to be excited about in Foden, who scored for England Under-17 in their European Championship final defeat to Spain earlier this summer. In game against Real Madrid also he was spectacular and has proved enough already that why he should be the part of Manchester City’s first team for the upcoming season.
Thus, these are the 5 gems that are in the hands of Pep Guardiola at the moment and they have many names to call as their sixth last gem as they have names like Raheem Sterling, Leroy Sane and Kelechi Iheanacho but if they want one of the best then they have to fight against the big European superheroes because that gem is Kylian Mbappe.
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