Barcelona's Sergio Aguero out for up to 10 weeks in another setback to Camp Nou giants

Steve Nicol claims he doesn't see how Messi, Neymar, and Kylian Mbappe can work together. (2:04).Does Messi and PSG have any chance of working together? (2:04).Sergio Aguero, a new signing from Barcelona, has been out of action for as much as 10 weeks after Lionel Messi's departure was announced by Barcelona.Aguero sustained a right-calf injury during Sunday's training session. After that, Messi delivered a farewell speech at Camp Nou. Barca had been unable to sign him to another contract. Messi will likely join Paris Saint-Germain as an agent free of charge.- LaLiga on ESPN+ : Stream LIVE and replays (U.S. Only)Aguero (33 years old) was unable make his debut in Barca’s 3-0 win over Juventus in the Joan Gambper trophy.Barca revealed that Aguero, an ex-Manchester City forward, had undergone a scan Monday morning. Sources told ESPN that he could be out for as long as 10 weeks.Ronald Koeman, Barca coach, described Aguero’s injury on Sunday in a negative light.Koeman stated, "It is a pity that he was injured and couldn't play 30 minutes at Gamper." It's unfortunate because he was in training and could bring a lot of value to the team.Barca will face Real Sociedad in LaLiga on Sunday. They are without forwards Ansu Fatti and Ousmane Debele. Aguero's injury could force Barca to rethink their summer transfer market.Martin Braithwaite started on Sunday. He was originally expected to leave the Camp Nou last season after being unable to get regular playing time. However, he appears to be staying.Barcelona still has Antoine Griezmann. He was previously linked to Atletico Madrid this season. In 51 games last season, the France international scored 20 goals and added 12 more.Preseason signing Memphis Depay shines, and the Netherlands international received warm reception from Barca fans during Sunday’s team presentation.Depay scored the opener for his team against Juventus and assisted Braithwaite in scoring Barca's second goal.Koeman stated that "we've signed players such as Memphis that are very efficient." "Officially, it is important to have the best. But if it isn't possible, we won't change our ideas or play."There are other players who can occupy this position. We have seen a great Griezmann. We will need to improve and step up, as we won't be able to achieve Leo's goals."