However, Greater Manchester Police are still reviewing the disorder that ensued on the DW Stadium pitch following Wigan's shock FA Cup win over Manchester City, and they are liaising with both clubs.
The Mirror has reported that the fan in question spat at, verbally abused and tried to punch Aguero during the unsavoury incident - actions that led the Argentina worldwide to angrily respond by pushing him away before fronting his adversary.More news: Toronto police to provide update on investigation of Bruce McArthur
Boss Guardiola and counterpart Paul Cook were dragged away from each-other after a bust-up spilled into the tunnel - while Sergio Aguero was involved in a fight with a fan who invaded the pitch at full-time.
At fulltime, the field was encroached by Wigan fans looking to celebrate with their players, one of such fans clashed with Aguero.
The FA has chosen to hit City and Wigan with charges of failing to control their players in the immediate aftermath of Fabian Delph's controversial sending off in the first-half of the contest.More news: European Union to increase funding for G5 Sahel security force
However, the City striker will take no further action because he wants to focus on his football, with Pep Guardiola's side still capable of winning the Treble this season.
"Of course, we would like to be better in the Premier League, but we are where we are", Mourinho said, as quoted by The Sun.More news: Nigel Farage In Disbelief Over Labour's Post-Brexit Customs Union Plan