"I'm not saying anything that anyone doesn't know, it is unfortunate for him and for us and we have to find a solution because everyone in their own life is struggling in the situation we are living and we have to adapt." Guardiola said.
confirmed the news and said:
"Kevin, like the doctor said today after reviewing the scan, will be four to six weeks out.
He, adding the fact that they should move on until he comes back, added:
"It's a big blow, isn't it? It is, but we have to move forward.
"I'm not saying anything that anyone doesn't know, it is unfortunate for him and for us and we have to find a solution because everyone in their own life is struggling in the situation we are living and we have to adapt."
According to the news, the Belgium international will miss the trip toLiverpool
and the match against
will also miss the next game due to an injury but Guardiola believes that he will be available after that.
is also self-isolating after he tested positive for the coronavirus. Guardiola said:
"What we wish right now with Sergio is that he feels better," Guardiola added. "He felt uncomfortable for the first two or three days - so tired like all the symptoms you get.
"So hopefully he can recover well and step-by-step return to the training sessions.
"We have missed our best striker for a long time but we have lived without him and we need to wait for them to come back as soon as possible but move forward without them."
Although Guardiola's squad are missing some important players, the 50-year-old does not confirm the news of the academy players playing against Cheltenham. He added that he will not differentiate between the competitions and said:
"We know the Premier League is the most important and then the Champions League but four Carabao Cup finals in a row is because every game is important.
"If we arrive without players we play with the second team. We don't drop any game."