The Argentina and Manchester City Striker, Sergio Aguero may be out for at least another two months because of the knee injury he suffered in June, according to coach Pep Guardiola.
However, the city’s record goal leading scorer played for less than an hour after the 2019/20 season restarted, but it was hoped that he would be able to return for the beginning of the new campaign after undergoing surgery.
Sergio Aguero is still recovering from knee surgery, which is the reason Man city will not have even for another two months.
In addition, as well as being ruled out of Manchester City’s opening Premier League game of the season away at Wolves on Monday, Aguero is now set to miss the visit of Leicester later this month and the clash with Arsenal on October 17.
The 32-year-old’s involvement in City’s game against Liverpool at the Etihad on November 7 could also be in question.
Guardiola said Aguero’s condition ahead of the trip to Wolves, is critical as he expects to have him back after at least two months.
“We knew that the injury was difficult. He’s doing the job. I think maybe in one month, two months, he will be ready,” he said.
“He has to come back on the pitch and regain the physical condition. Sergio was a long time and Sergio is not a guy who regains the physical condition quick.
“He still did not make one training session with us.”
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