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How this Manchester City forward links the stories of two of Everton's big summer sig
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How this Manchester City forward links the stories of two of Everton's big summer signings
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รวม ทาง เข้า sbo Everton's two most expensive signings of the summer are linked by a player they will face later this season - Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus. The Brazilian striker's title winning season at Palmeiras and subsequent move to the Etihad Stadium, provide the backdrop for key periods in the careers of two new Blues. Yerry Mina and Richarlison will see a familiar face when Everton meet City in mid-December.

Jesus was the emerging star of Brazilian football when, in the summer of 2016, Pep Guardiola and City struck a £27m deal to sign the then 19-year-old. The young forward would stay with Palmeiras until the end of the Brazilian league campaign in December and his 12 goals helped the Sao Paulo side to their first Brazilian championship since 1994. A key player alongside Jesus was Colombian centre-half Mina.

Palmeiras signed the 6'5" defender from Sante Fe in the May and his 11 appearances were enough to see him named in league's team of the year as Palmeiras triumphed. รวม ทาง เข้า sbo Man City, fresh from agreeing a deal for Jesus, were reported to be running the rule over Mina as well, as Guardiola looked to strengthen his backline but he would eventually join Barcelona in January of this year.

Jesus, meanwhile, was in the team of the year and also scooped the player of the season award - but Palmeiras' star player was now headed to Manchester and they were in need of finding a replacement It is not clear if Richarlison was Palmeiras' first-choice but a deal with Fluminense, in the region of €10m, was close to being agreed, it was reported at the time.

The prospect of losing the teenage forward, who had scored eight times in 10 games during the Rio state championship, was not well received รวม ทาง เข้า sbo by Fluminense's fans. Richarlison, it is claimed, asked to be left out of their next league game - coincidentally against Palmeiras - with the belief he was trying to force a move through. He later clarified the situation, saying he had an injury but failed to hide his disappointment when the move to Palmeiras collapsed.


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