- Sergio Aguero could be out of action for Manchester City for one month
- This is according to Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola who confirmed it
- Aguero sustained hamstring injury while playing for the Citizens against West Ham
Pep Guardiola who is Manchester City gaffer has expressed deep concern over the unavailability of star striker Sergio Aguero claiming that the Argentine could be out for a month.
This latest development will come as a disappointing one for Manchester City fans considering how Sergio Aguero has been superb for the Citizens.
Aguero suffered hamstring injury while playing for Manchester City against West Ham United in a Premier League duel.
If Sergio Aguero would be out for a month, then the striker will definitely miss the much anticipated Premier League clash between Manchester City and Liverpool on November 8.
According to the report on UK Sun, Pep Guardiola explained that Aguero will surely be out for some time.
“Ten to 15 days is the minimum. If it’s a little bit longer it will be three weeks, one month.
“The muscular injuries normally don’t change much over time. And the case of Sergio will be the same, there will be no exception.”
Manchester City are currently occupying 13th position on the Premier League table with eight points after five games played so far this term.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Pep Guardiola is currently finding life difficult at the Etihad Stadium and reports have it that Manchester City have identified former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino or RB Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann as possible replacement.
SunSport citing Daily Mail are claiming that the Citizens are already considering a bid for any of the managers as Pep Guargiola’s contract winds down.
Although it is believed that the Premier League club wants the Spanish manager to extend his contract with lapses next year, they are also having a plan B.
Guardiola has already spent five years with the Etihad outfit which is even longer than the time he spent at both Bayern Munich and Barcelona.
According to Manchester City’s chief operating officer Omar Berrada, the club is doing everything to keep Guardiola who remains the most decorated manager at the club.
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