Gomez grew up supporting Man City and says he is living the dream at the Etihad playing under Pep Guardiola.
His talent was nurtured at Barcelona’s Academy, he has played at Borussia Dortmund in Germany and for Belgium’s Anderlecht.
Sepeaking after the Manchester derby on Sunday, Gomez said: “I have always been a City fan, so for me it is a dream come true (being here and figuring in the derby).”
“I used to watch the games with my brother back in the day.
“I always dreamed to be here and I am living my dream now.
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“I am aware how important the derby was and I am delighted we won.
“Even though I am not from here, I love the club and it means a lot to me.”
On being coached by his home country man Pep Guardiola, Gomez said:
“Yeah, of course it is a dream (to be trained by Guardiola).,” Gomez added.
“When I arrived at FC Barcelona Academy it was the first years of Pep (at the Club).
“It’s a dream to be trained by him and I made my dream come true.
“I learn a lot in training, meetings and when we chat. I like the advice he gives me.
“Last season was my first at left back, and I played outside – here Pep wants me more inside and to help with the build-up because that is very important for us.
“Timing is very important at this level. Choosing the right moment to give the pass or move.
“You acquire that through games little by little. I am trying to get that.”