Man City boss Guardiola convinced Aguero will still be the same player after injury

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As Pep Guardiola recovers from his continuing troubles with the injury, I assure Manchester strike, Sergio Aguero, that he will remain the same player Aguero is 32 years old and from last season on, 26 starts in the Premier League out of 47 possible, with a variety of fitness issues that have plagued the Argentinian people. In 2019-20, Aguero suffered from thigh problems and a knee injury that left him for four months, without the campaign being launched. Aguero was quickly back in the emergency room with a hamstring strain, though he returned to the pitch in October and is reportedly nursing another knee injury. Aguero is the all-time leader in the region, and its pedigree in the Premier League has been significant, with only Jamie Vardy (106) and Harry Kane enhancing its 102 targets since the start of 2015-16 (126).

Given his record, Aguero was worried that injury forced him to lose his sharpness, even though Guardiola had no such concern. Guardiola said in anticipation of the Sunday clashes with Fulham, “When he will be fit, he’ll be the same player,” “Naturally, the age is age, and he has to be fit and take a little longer than [Phil] Foden or Raheem [Sterling] will because the physicality of the body is entirely different”. “For he has no knee pain; we’re working on it and it looks a lot better today”. When he can practice in natural conditions for a week and two weekends, he can return to his finest and this team has a special feel for his goal.

“We cannot forget that we’ve already been with him for five or six months–that’s a long time without our striker. “Therefore, it is so important. “He’s lovely, I have a tremendously pleasant relationship with him, stronger than ever, so I’m sure that he works a lot. We want him back for him and the team as soon as we can.” Aguero has a deal with City in the last year with some long confidence that he wants to return to Argentina after he has ended his stay in Manchester.