Sergio Aguero continues to recovery after undergoing keyhole surgery on his left knee recently, with the Argentine currently stationed in Barcelona as he works hard to get ready for the World Cup.
However, the iconic Argentine, who today had a club-produced documentary about his life released, is ready to take a break from his rehab this Sunday to attend City’s home game against Huddersfield.
That means Kun, who remains City’s leading goal scorer this season on 30 goals, will be part of the team’s post-match celebrations when Vincent Kompany will finally receive the Premier League trophy, which will be raised and shown off to the 55,000-strong crowd at the Etihad Stadium.
Kun Agüero keep recovering in a really good way in Barcelona and he will have a break on Sunday for coming to Manchester and PICK THE PREMIER LEAGUE and celebrate with the team and fans. @elchiringuitotv
— Jose Alvarez Haya (@10JoseAlvarez) May 1, 2018
Sergio hasn’t featured since a brief appearance against Liverpool in 10 April and will play no further part this season, meaning the wait goes on for his 200th City goal – which he is just one strike away from reaching.
Though often linked with a move away from the Etihad Stadium, Aguero is expected to stay at the club this summer and his current intention is to return to Argentina with boyhood side Independiente in 2020.
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