The Brazilian looked to have suffered serious injury in a nasty collision with Liverpool's Sadio Mane last weekend. Danny Welbeck scored twice and Alexandre Lacazette also netted to leave the south-coast team winless after four games.
Guardiola has since addressed some areas of weakness, notably in goal and both full-back positions.
Ederson's face after Sadio Mané booted him on Saturday. But that deal fell through, prompting Wenger to call off the Sanchez sale and put his player in a difficult position.
"I think [Guardiola] is doing a great job".
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Manchester City's Champions League campaign kicks off on Wednesday night with an away trip to Eredivisie champions Feyenoord. The Brazil forward was then substituted and his replacement, Sane, grabbed two goals as well.
The Merseyside outfit produced their best performance so far against Arsenal as Jurgen Klopp's men eased to a resounding 4-0 victory.
Much will be made of Manchester United's failure to end the winless run at Stoke since Alex Ferguson retired but the more glaring factor and one that will warm the hearts of the likes of Pep Guardiola and Antonio Conte were chinks in the centre of defence.
Earlier this year, police arrested dozens of Feyenoord supporters who rioted after losing to local club Excelsior, preventing them from become Dutch champions on the day. The Cameroon forward's opener was cancelled out by Marcus Rashford in first-half stoppage time.
Former Chelsea striker Sutton admitted that he doesn't believe Liverpool can win the Premier League title with their current back four. "They fought hard and probably deserved a point".
Copyright 2017 SIGNAL. Permission to use portions of this article is granted provided appropriate credits are given to www.signalng.com and other relevant sources. "Maybe he was upset about the result".
"I offered my hand but Jose didn't want to take it", Hughes said.
"I was with Dortmund against Bayern, when we lost 5-1, which we should have won!"