There is also concern over Kevin De Bruyne after he was stretchered off in the closing moments following a rash challenge from Jason Puncheon, and Guardiola said he is a doubt for the clash with Watford in two days time. Puncheon appeared fortunate to receive just a yellow.
However, a likely month-long lay-off for Gabriel Jesus means Guardiola may be in need of attacking reinforcements sooner than expected.
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However, North Korea's state media denounced the exercise as a "surprise nuclear strike drill" and said "gangster-like USA imperialists" were seeking to ignite a nuclear war.
Jesus was devastated to leave the pitch in the first half and was visibly crying as the medical team helped him down the tunnel.
Asked whether City will make a move when the transfer window reopens on January 1, Guardiola said: "I don't know".
It could have been worse for City, as Palace were awarded a fortunate 90th-minute penalty and the chance to clinch all three points but Luka Milivojević shot tamely down the middle.
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Ederson ultimately saved the spot-kick to preserve City's unbeaten run and, while some have accused the Palace winger of going down too easily, Guardiola was content to take the word of referee Jon Moss. In terms of what happens, we will have meetings and see what is best. "But if the referee decides it was, then that's okay". The draw ended City's 18-match winning streak.
"We are really delighted that we have managed to bring Jesus to the football club because we believe that he's a special talent", said Vieira.
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