The 27-year-old suffered a knee injury in the win
over Crystal Palace but admits he will not know the
extent of problem until Monday.

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero admits he
does not know the full extent of his knee injury and
says he will receive a “clearer picture” on Monday.
The Argentine was brought off in the 25th minute
against Crystal Palace following a heavy challenge
from Scott Dann, while footage on social medial
after the game showed the 27-year-old walking
with a visible limp.

Keeping you updated - I had studies done
today, to be completed tomorrow. We'll have a
clearer picture then. Thanks for the support!
— Sergio Kun Aguero (@aguerosergiokun)
September 13, 2015

Aguero underwent initial tests on Sunday but
requires further analysis on Monday.

The news is blow for City, who could also be
without David Silva for their Champions League
group-stage opener at home to Juventus on
Tuesday evening. The Spaniard missed the match
against Palace due to an ankle problem.

Kelechi Iheanacho’s injury-time strike sealed a 1-0
win for City at Selhurst Park on Saturday, which has
kept Manuel Pellegrini’s side four points clear at the
top of the Premier League, and 11 ahead of
champions Chelsea, who were beaten by Everton at
Goodison Park.

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