- Pep Guardiola says he does not have an issue with Sergio Aguero after he was involved in a car accident
- The taxi the striker was taking to the airport after attending a show in Holland crashed into a post
- Guardiola has also revealed defender will sidelined until the Champions League semi-finals
Sergio Aguero and Pep Guardiola have spoken for the first time since the car accident the striker was involved in that has left him with a broken rib.
The Mirror reports that Kun will be sidelined for two months after being involved the accident in Amsterdam on Thursday night, when the taxi in which he was travelling collided with a lampost.
Aguero spoke to Radio Metro de Argentina from his hospital bed and said: "The taxi driver did not see the curve and skid. And when he skidded, we hit him with the pole.
"I broke my rib, now I'm resting. It hurts me badly. I'll be discharged in a little while."
Aguero has since flown back to Manchester and will be assessed by the club's doctors.
City boss Pep Guardiola said he had no problem with Aguero travelling to Amsterdam: “Sergio, you know, had an accident, he's still in Amsterdam, and is coming back today.
“I don't know [how badly Aguero is injured], I'm not a doctor, fortunately he can come back and hopefully he can recover as soon as possible.”
Asked if he had a problem with Aguero being abroad at the time of the accident, Guardiola said: “No It was a day off.
“He cannot play tomorrow. The first impression is that he has broken a rib, but how many days he will be out, I don't know.
“I think on the day off it's important to be happy. I think the players have to rest physically and enjoy their lives. So if he wants to go there, I'm happy for him.
“I'm not the police. Of course it's a problem, I would prefer to be with [Benjamin] Mendy,[Vincent] Kompany and him. We will play with 11.”
The 29-year-old is set to miss 11 games during his enforced lay-off including City's trip to Chelsea tomorrow, as well as two World Cup qualifiers with Argentina.
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