The striker could be out for a while after breaking his ribs during a auto crash in Amsterdam on Thursday night.
Sergio Aguero has suffered TWO broken ribs after cheating death in a horror vehicle crash in Holland last night.
The accident happened in Amsterdam, Holland, while the Argentine footballer was returning to the airport after attending a concert by Colombian singer, Maluma.
However, according to media reports, Aguero could be out for six to eight weeks with broken ribs after the taxi carrying the striker banged into a column on the side of the road.
They travelled to Chelsea towards the end of the 2015/16 season and took the Londoners apart, with Sergio Aguero bagging three as City took a step closer to securing Champions League football.
Eden Hazard says Chelsea will carry the momentum from their superb Champions League win over Atletico Madrid into Saturday's Stamford Bridge showdown with free-scoring Premier League leaders Manchester City.
Increasing the wait: Aguero is close to breaking City's all-time goalscoring record but will now have to wait at least a couple of months after being involved in an accident.
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And the manager confirmed that Aguero would be unavailable for Argentina for their final World Cup qualifiers against Peru and Ecuador, with the Albiceleste now outside the automatic qualifying places for Russian Federation.
As you know very well, Manchester City are a really good team, but also last season it was the same.
"It was an accident in Amsterdam and he will be back after that". They have to rest mentally and physically and they have to enjoy their lives. "And when he skidded, we hit a pole", he said. It hurts me badly.
"After that, he will recover as soon as possible".
"Day off is to be happy", Guardiola said. "First impression is he has broken his rib".
In their last two Premier League games at home, Pep Guardiola's team scored 10 goals against Liverpool and Crystal Palace, taking just 180 minutes to match the miserable total amassed over 1,710 minutes 10 years ago.
With Benjamin Mendy facing a long period on the sidelines, Fabian Delph could again fill in at left-back for City, his recent displays in the position having helped him to earn an England recall on Thursday.