By DAVID MCDONNELL

Sergio Aguero has been involved in a serious car accident in Holland, according to reports.

The taxi in which the Manchester City striker was travelling reportedly crashed into a lamppost, with Aguero potentially suffering broken ribs.

If confirmed, Aguero faces up to two months on the sidelines and will definitely miss tomorrow’s top of the table clash with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Aguero was in Amsterdam to watch a concert by Colombian singer Maluma when the taxi in which he was travelling to the airport careered off the road.

Reports have suggested Aguero only escaped even more serious injury because the striker was wearing a seatbelt.

A view of the crash in the Dutch capital (Image: Twitter)
The force of the crash caused the airbags to inflate (Image: Twitter)
A view of the wrecked car (Image: Twitter)

Aguero’s former club Independiente appeared to confirm the accident, wishing their former striker a swift recovery with a post on the club’s official twitter account.

They tweeted: “Strength and prompt recovery. Everyone at Independiente is with you in this difficult moment.”

City have yet to comment on the alleged accident involving Aguero but if it is confirmed he is out for a prolonged spell, it is a huge blow to the Blues.

Police at the scene (Image: Twitter)
Sergio Aguero is a doubt for Man City’s clash with Chelsea 
Aguero has reportedly suffered fractured ribs 

The former Atletico Madrid forward, who posted a picture of himself with singer Maluma in the back of a car on Thursday evening before the crash, has seven goals in eight appearances this season.

Maluma had previously posted a photo of the two of them on Instagram which showed the player signing one of his City shirts.

This is just the latest blow for boss Pep Guardiola, who is already reeling from the news that £52million defender Benjamin Mandy, signed from Monaco in the summer, is set to miss the rest of the season.

Sergio Aguero in the back of a car with singer Maluma before the crash 

Mendy went down injured in the 5-0 win over Crystal Palace and it has now been confirmed he has ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament.

Aguero has been in superb form for City this season and is one goal away from equalling the club’s all-time leading scoring record of 178, held by Eric Brook.

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