Guardiola hasn't played Yaya Toure in the league this season and has ostracized him from the first team saying his agent must apologize to the club for his 'insulting' remarks before he features for the first team.
Toure, 33, has helped City win two Premier League titles since joining from Barcelona in 2010, but has only made one appearance for the club since Guardiola's appointment in the summer.
But Dimitri, has revealed that his client won't leave the club in January and blasted Pep, saying he likes to “humiliate” the club’s high-profile players, preferring to use youngsters he can “control like children”.
“Yaya won't leave in January,” the agent said to Mirror UK. “That might make it easier for the men in charge, but he will not take the easy way out.
“Yaya is a professional. He is in great shape. He could play tomorrow.
"This is his revenge – and it is personal, not professional.
"I asked City in the summer if they wanted Yaya to leave and was told that he was part of the plan. It is now clear that wasn't the truth.
“I think the plan was to humiliate Yaya - and all the other players who have made history for Manchester City in the last six years.
“Yaya isn't the only one. (Joe) Hart and (Samir) Nasri have also paid because they are big personalities.
“Pep doesn't want to work with men. He wants to work with players who are very young because he can control them like children.
“Pep smiles at you. He makes you believe he is your best friend… and then he betrays you.
“Yaya has given everything to City for almost seven years. He has made history - like Hart and Nasri - and then they are treated by Pep like they are nothing.”