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Man City forward hints at Pep Guardiola changes in training

Pep Guardiola has introduced some changes at Manchester City training, according to forward Gabriel Jesus.

There were strict measures in place to facilitate the return of the players in May, and the group have now worked up to be able to take part in full contact training with their first match back on June 17 against Arsenal.

Jesus admits the initial restrictions on what they could and couldn't do made things strange for the players, although it has improved.

“The return was a bit weird. We arrive at the training ground and we can’t use all of the facilities, so it’s weird, but we knew from the beginning that we were only allowed to train in small groups," said the forward.

"As soon as that changed and we were able to train as a group, it got better.

“The concept is always the same. There are one or two things that have changed, but I will not be revealing them here!

"Pep is creative and intense, so he always has ways to make sure that the players’ fusion always works. This is something that he always does, especially now after three months without games and that’s good.

"It is a tough moment in the Premier League; very difficult for us to win the league, but we still have two more trophies to fight for.”

Man City striker Gabriel Jesus: It's like racist people have no brains

Gabriel Jesus wants people to be educated on why the Black Lives Matter sentiment is important in order to make a more peaceful world.

The death of George Floyd last week, who died in Minneapolis after a police officer knelt on his neck, has sparked protests across the world as people want to make their voices heard.

For his part, Jesus believes in peaceful protests and thinks that social media can be used as a tool for positivity to educate those that don't see the problem that exists.

"Racism isn’t a problem that only started in recent days and it isn’t normal, so people do feel that they have had enough, and they have exploded," he said.

"I’m against violence or any sort of violent protest. I’m all in favour of peaceful protests in order to say 'no to racism' and whenever we say 'Black Lives Matter', we should also read it correctly and understand the meaning behind it. We aren’t saying that other lives don’t matter, but we are saying that the lives of black people who feel racism, matter.

"We can’t generalise it. Not everyone is racist, the majority aren’t, but lots of people are and it’s like they haven’t got brains.

"So, when we use that sentence it’s because we know what it is to be a victim of racism. It is painful to feel it.

“I have suffered a couple of times. I’ve managed to elevate myself [above it]. On one occasion, I was in Uruguay whilst competing for the Libertadores Cup.

"One of the pictures I’ve recently posted is because I’m black and I’m from a favela and I was able to learn from those experiences, but everyone reacts and feels differently and I’ve got my way.

"Social media is very important these days, but the problem is that sometimes we don’t respect each other’s opinions or views and that can create a bigger problem or hate.

"I know it is difficult to speak about peace, but if we were to follow our lives based on peace, it would be a lot better.”

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang gives an update on Arsenal training ahead of Man City clash

Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has said that he and his Gunners’ teammates are in good condition ahead of the Premier League clash against Manchester City.

City host Mikel Arteta’s side on Wednesday, June 17, the opening day of the restart of the Premier League.

"I don’t know if it will be harder or easier [behind closed doors]," Aubameyang said of the new circumstances during the club's 'Arsenal Together' charity fundraising event.

“But the only thing for sure I know is that they are a great team and it will be hard for sure, we don’t expect it to be easier because of no fans in the stadium.

"We will try our best and the positive thing that I saw is that all the players in our team are in shape and are feeling well, with a lot of power and a lot of freshness.

"They want to play, everybody is just waiting for the referee to whistle."