Manchester city star extended contract with 5 years.
The Brazil universal has conferred his future to Pep Guardiola's side until 2023 following a noteworthy initial year and a half at the Etihad Stadium.
Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus has marked a five-year contract expansion with the Premier League champions.
Having touched base at the Etihad Stadium from Palmeiras in January 2017, the Brazil universal has gone ahead to score 24 objectives in 53 appearances in his initial year and a half at the club.
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The 21-year-old will currently stay with Pep Guardiola's side until 2023 and was excited to confer his future to the club.
"I might want to thank the fans for the welcome and for how well they have treated me," he told the club's site.
"I can state that it was the best choice I've made in my life to come to Manchester City in light of the fact that while I'm here I'm enhancing as an expert and as a man.
"Additionally on account of the club for being so composed and centered since I arrived. Liveliness had an imperative part in my marking, yet additionally the club.
"City is a gigantic club and it is getting greater and greater so I simply need to express profound gratitude for everything. I trust that I can continue fulfilling the fans."
Chief of football Txiki Begiristain included: "Gabriel is without a doubt extraordinary compared to other youthful advances in world football, so to have him confer his future to us is an enormous lift.
"There's such a great amount of assortment in his amusement. I know the amount Pep appreciates working with him and I am extremely anticipating watching his improvement in the coming years."
Jesus, who has 22 tops for Brazil, drove the line for the Selecao at the World Cup in Russia however neglected to locate the net in five matches.
Notwithstanding that mistake he is again set to challenge Sergio Aguero for a beginning billet in the City line-up as they seek after more flatware following their group and Carabao Cup accomplishment in 2017-18.
The Blues are next in real life at Wembley Stadium on Sunday as they go up against Chelsea in the Community Shield before starting the protection of their Premier League title against Arsenal on August 12.