Man-City’s record goalscorer limped off few minutes before half-time during Monday’s Premier League victory over Burnley at the Etihad Stadium.

No timescale has yet been put on the Argentinian’s arrival yet he has not yet been precluded for the Champions League resumption in August.

Aguero, 32, has made a trip to Barcelona for treatment with famous specialist Dr Ramon Cugat, who has worked on various City players as of late.

At a question and answer session in front of Thursday’s excursion to Chelsea, Guardiola stated: “Tomorrow he is going to make a medical procedure. When he has completed the medical procedure we will know the opportunity Sergio will return to play with us.”

Approached if Aguero would be back for the Champions League games, the Spaniard answered: “I don’t know at the present time.”

Guardiola had voiced feelings of dread after the 5-0 win over the Clarets that Aguero’s crusade might be finished.

On Tuesday, the player composed on Twitter: “The scans I did early today have affirmed that I have harmed my left knee.

“It’s a pity however I’m feeling great thus engaged to return as quickly as time permits. Much thanks for every one of your messages!”

City have likewise been without England defender John Stones since coming back to Premier League activity a week ago because of a lower leg injury.

The middle back is probably not going to be accessible at Stamford Bridge yet is gaining acceptable ground in his recuperation.

“He’s preparation on the pitch,” Guardiola said. “He’s showing signs of improvement and ideally he can join the group in the following barely any days.”

Number two goalkeeper Claudio Bravo is additionally preparing again after a thigh issue.

An official conclusion on whether City’s conflict against Liverpool next Thursday happens at the Etihad Stadium or an unbiased scene is relied upon to be made before the week’s end.

Gotten some information about the chance of the game being moved somewhere else, Guardiola stated: “We will adhere to the Premier League directions. All the conventions they’ve stated, we will do.”

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