Manchester – Good news blows from Manchester City camp. Injured striker Sergio Aguero is recovering faster than expected. He possibility of returning grazing next January.
The 26-year-old suffered torn ligament injury when the Citizens beat Everton 1-0 earlier this month. After review, Aguero required to rest for two months.
City manager Manuel Pellegrini, explaining the foster children showed significant progress in his recovery. He also predicts Aguero could appear when dealing with Arsenal in the second week of the beginning of next year.
“Sergio (Aguero) suffered torn ligament injury and I think the injury will be longer. Perhaps, in the first week of January he will return to play,” the interpreter from Chile’s tactics as quoted by NBC Sports.
City was faced with a crisis of the front lines. Latest, Edin Dzeko is also included in the list of prisoners suffering from a calf injury. Currently, only Stevan Jovetic who in a fit condition.
This condition is called Pellegrini will be forced to bring in a new striker in the transfer window in January. A number of players are linked with City among others Wilfried Bony (Swansea City), Saido Berahino (WBA), the duo PSG, Edinson Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi, as well as Inter Milan’s young striker, Mauro Icardi. [Yob]