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What injury did Sergio Aguero have?

What injury did Sergio Aguero have?

tendon injury
Test carried out on the first team player Sergio Agüero have confirmed a tendon injury in his right calf. The player will be out of a action for around 10 weeks.

Is Kun Aguero leaving Man City?

Pep Guardiola has confirmed that Sergio Aguero is set to join Barcelona after leaving Manchester City. Aguero bid an emotional farewell to City fans as he came off the bench to score a brilliant brace against Everton in his final game at the Etihad as a City player.

Why is Aguero leaving Man City?

City manager Pep Guardiola met Aguero, 32, on Monday to inform him of the club’s decision not to renew his deal after a season spent largely on the sidelines, with injuries and illness keeping him to only 14 appearances.

Is Aguero out of injury?

“Tests carried out on first-team player Kun Aguero have confirmed a right calf injury. He will be out around ten weeks,” Barcelona said in a statement.

When did Sergio Aguero get his knee injury?

The Argentine striker has not played since 22 June, when he suffered an injury to his left knee in the 5-0 win over Burnley during the Premier League restart. He immediately travelled to Barcelona, where he was operated on by renowned knee specialist Dr Ramon Cugat, which meant he missed the final 10 league games and two Champions League ties.

Is it true that Sergio Aguero is still at Man City?

Manchester City record goalscorer Sergio Aguero says he is still open to a return to former club Independiente. Your Man City morning headlines provides the latest news and rumours on Sunday April 5. Manchester City legend Sergio Aguero has been linked with an exit following the club’s two-year UEFA ban.

What did Pep Guardiola say about Sergio Aguero?

Pep Guardiola spoke about Sergio Aguero’s fitness as Manchester City’s clash with Real Madrid comes closer into view. Invalid Email Something went wrong, please try again later.

How long does it take Aguero to return to baseball?

If that procedure involved the medial meniscus, the return timeline averages about six weeks whereas if it involved the lateral meniscus, the timeline averages eight weeks. From multiple reports and social media posts from his close friends, it sounds like the timeline is 5-6 weeks (indicating a partial medial menisctecomy).