Manchester City have already spent over £200m on defenders and goalkeepers since Pep Guardiola took over, but the injury concerns of Vincent Kompany and John Stones has left the superstar manager looking for backup options.
The Premier League leaders travel to Switzerland for the first leg next week and, asked whether Sane would play, Guardiola replied: "I don't think so".
"My example is words; the players' examples are the facts and one of the best players we have is the guy who runs the most and fights the most".
"Luckily Kevin De Bruyne is playing for us and helping us to score", said Aguero, who with 143 Premier League strikes is now only three short of moving into the competition's top 10.
"We don't have any more players, that is the reason why".
"It was the first time in my life that it had happened, but all of the players were injured believe me".
Man City broke the deadlock inside three minutes, with Sterling going some way to atoning for his costly miss against Burnley last weekend by this time converting from close range. They can come back and I'll give him some rest.
"If you're the academy or reserve team manager at Manchester City, you must think: 'I'm wasting my time, '" added Neville. His current club Juventus are under no pressure to sell and are expected knock back bids for him, even in the summer but reports now claim that Pep Guardiola wants to land the 24-year old at any cost.
He has great vision and technique, which allow him to free up space for his side while his hold up play and determination in all the areas of the park makes him a serious talent.
"But he knows and everybody knows, to be there you have to win titles and titles and titles".
"We knew the quality of his passing but it is not just the quality of the pass, it is reading whether you can pass the ball here, here, here or there".
"After City's third offer I went to Manchester".