No timescale for his recovery has been given but, with City already crowned Premier League champions, the World Cup in Russian Federation, which starts in June, will be his main target.
With their triumph has come plenty of congratulations, none so more than from Etisalat, a UAE telecommunications operator.
It is understood Guardiola has told Aguero not to rush back and focus on getting fit again for the World Cup in Russian Federation in June.
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"Recovering from an arthroscopy on my knee". "Fully motivated to get back soon to the field".
Pep Guardiola was previously optimistic that Aguero could be back for the final few games of the season, but why would City risk rushing their star striker back?
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Agüero has been troubled by the problem in his left knee for several weeks and was a pale shadow of his normal self as City tumbled out of the Champions League, missing the first-leg defeat by Liverpool and only making the bench for the return fixture.
City wrapped up their title run on Sunday following United's loss to West Brom and a previous victory over Tottenham Hotspur.
Gabriel Jesus, 21, will now be tasked with being City's main attacking threat for the rest of the season as the Brazilian has returned from his own knee injury and has scored three goals in his last five games. Again, he was only able to appear as a second-half substitute.
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