Man City: Sergio Aguero says medicine on harmed knee ‘went well’
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero says “everything went well” after carrying medicine on his harmed knee.
The Argentine had trafficked to Barcelona to see a knee dilettante amid fears his deteriorate competence be over.
His manager Pep Guardiola pronounced it is too early to put a timescale on a 32-year-old’s lapse to action.
Asked if Aguero would be fit for a resumption of a Champions League on 7-8 August, City’s Spanish trainer said: “I don’t know right now.”
He added: “Once he has finished a medicine we will know a time Sergio will come behind to play with us.”
Aguero was forced off before half-time in a home side’s 5-0 Premier League win over Burnley on Monday, following a plea by defender Ben Mee.
However, in his post-match interviews, Guardiola suggested Aguero had a knee problem before a match.
City are due to face Real Madrid in a second leg of their Champions League last-16 tie with a 2-1 lead from a initial leg in Spain.
On Wednesday a actor tweeted: “Everything went good and we will shortly start with a recovery.
“Thank we so most to Dr. Cugat and his group and everybody for so most support.”
‘I can usually concentration on us’
Meanwhile Chelsea manager Frank Lampard says he will have no thoughts on a Premier League pretension competition when his side perform City on Thursday dusk (20:15 BST).
If Liverpool kick Crystal Palace on Wednesday, City will need to win during Stamford Bridge to keep a pretension competition alive for another week before they play Liverpool on 2 July.
“I am wakeful of a situation, though we can usually concentration on us,” pronounced Lampard, whose side now lay fourth in a table, 4 points behind third-placed Leicester, with a diversion in hand.
“I have had positively no suspicion of Liverpool’s situation, it creates no contingency to us during all.
“We honour Liverpool and Manchester City as dual illusory teams, in a final dual to 3 seasons they’ve been dominant, though we can usually demeanour during what this compare means for us.
“We have a pursuit to do and a pursuit is to go adult opposite one of a best teams in a universe over a final few seasons and try to get a result.”