Manchester City star Erling Haaland limped off against Bournemouth at the weekend and is doubtful to face Young Boys in the Champions League tonight.
The striker came off at half-time during City’s 6-1 win over the Cherries due to a twisted ankle.
And with City’s games coming thick and fast, his involvement this evening isn’t guaranteed.
Is Erling Haaland fit for Man City?
Speaking after the Bournemouth clash, Guardiola confirmed Haaland’s injury but also revealed his hope that it wouldn’t be a bad one.
He said: “He twisted the ankle. Hopefully, not a big issue.”
The Spaniard was then asked about Haaland during his pre-match press conference ahead of the Young Boys match.
Unfortunately, he didn’t really provide any further information.
He said: “I can’t [give an update].
“We train this afternoon, so I don’t know.
“I speak with the doctor and him. He told me he felt better, but I don’t know.”
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But City fans will be pleased to see that Haaland trained on Monday afternoon.
The Citizens are one win away from sealing a spot in the Champions League knockout stages.
But with Haaland not likely to be fully fit, Guardiola might decide to rest his star striker.
City play Chelsea at the weekend, and the forward could be saved for that match.