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Sergio Aguero facing Champions League snub after suffering fresh injury blow as Man City icon chases fairytale send-off

SERGIO AGUERO faces Champions League final heartbreak — after suffering ANOTHER injury.

The Manchester City legend is being let go and boss Pep Guardiola warns there will be no room for sentiment when he picks his team to face Chelsea.

But the club’s 258-goal record scorer also has a leg injury which could kill his hopes of a victorious farewell in front of fans.

Aguero, 32, will miss tonight’s visit to Brighton and faces missing a final Prem appearance in front of City fans against Everton on Sunday.

Asked on his attitude towards team selection for the Porto final, Guardiola said: “I would say it would be cold.

"I would have to take a decision that’s best to win that game — and right now he is injured.

“He has a little bit of disturbance in his leg muscle. It is not a big issue but still he is not fit.

“If Sergio is going to help us to score goals then he is going to play.

“But it’s the final of the Champions League and I have to take a decision that is best for winning that game. These are the toughest moments.”

Raheem Sterling and Aymeric Laporte also face being snubbed for the final.

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Guardiola wants Harry Kane to replace Aguero at Prem champions City.

It comes following speculation Kane informed Tottenham chiefs of his desire to leave the club at the end of the season.

Spurs will go yet another season trophyless, which has seemingly sparked their star striker into seeking a move.

Harry Kane will be stuck at Tottenham unless Pep Guardiola demands him over Erling Haaland in £150m Man City transfer

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