Manchester City icon Sergio Aguero will not be available to face Everton in tomorrow afternoon’s Premier League tie at Goodison Park, having not fully overcome an injury sustained several weeks ago.
Aguero is feeling much better, but according to Spanish journalist Jose Alvarez Haya is still not 100 per cent fit and will not be risked tomorrow.
Kun is also a significant doubt for the Champions League quarter-final first leg against Liverpool, with Alvarez saying as it stands it is more likely that he will miss the game than play in it. However, this depends on how he responds in training over the coming days.
Kun Agüero won't be avalaible against Everton. He is feeling much better but they decide in the training of this morning to wait and won't risk until he is 100% fit. He is doubt for Liverpool game (now is more % that he won't play than yes),but depends on the evolution this days.
— Jose Alvarez Haya (@10JoseAlvarez) March 30, 2018
Aguero’s absence will give Brazilian hot-shot Gabriel Jesus a chance to claim the striker’s spot from Kun. Jesus has not been very prolific in front of goal for City of late, but scored the only goal for Brazil against Germany on Tuesday, a reminder of his quality.
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