Aguero was the top choice for captain with fixtures against Fulham and Cardiff in Gameweek 32.
Over 1.3million managers handed him the armband, with a massive 310,715 also playing their Triple Captain chip on him.
He rewarded them with 10 points after a goal and assist in the 2-0 win at Fulham on Saturday.
But the PL's top scorer has failed to recover from the knock that forced him off early at Craven Cottage.
This, added to City’s blank Gameweek 33, has made Aguero the most-sold player in the Gameweek so far, moved on by over 38,000 managers.
Should he return to Premier League action for the trip to Crystal Palace in Gameweek 34, Aguero will be a huge target for managers with or without Wildcards.
Many are looking to play their Wildcards in Gameweek 34, preparing their squads for Double Gameweek 35.
However, a longer spell on the sidelines for Aguero would raise the appeal of Raheem Sterling (£11.6m) as the go-to City man.
Sterling has averaged 7.2 points per match compared with Aguero's 6.5, yet the winger is owned by only 21.5 per cent of managers, almost half the ownership of his team-mate.