The Manchester City English player Raheem Sterling has suffered a hamstring injury that will force him to be away from the “few weeks” game grounds, as explained by his coach PepGuardiola.This reason could prevent Sterling from being able to play the first leg against Real Madrid, belonging to the round of 16 of the Champions League, which will be played at the Santiago Bernabéu on February 26. The return will be in Manchester on March 17. The 25-year-old was injured in the defeat of City last weekend against Tottenham and medical tests have confirmed the damage produced in the tendon of the left leg. “It takes weeks, but I don’t know how long at this time,” Guardiola added to the media.Manchester City, which ranks second in the Premier League, 22 points behind the Liverpool leader, he plays this Sunday against West Ham, the second-to-last classified. His next league commitment will be against Leicester City, a key duel to maintain second place.