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Sergio Aguero 'ready' for Man City return after Amsterdam crash
13 October 2017, 12:18 | Charlene Valdez
Sergio Aguero would 'love' Lionel Messi to join Manchester City
City star Sergio Aguero says he'd love to see his Argentina team-mate at the Etihad stadium.
Aguero is on the sidelines after breaking a rib in a vehicle crash in Amsterdam at the end of September, an injury which kept him out of Argentina's final two World Cup qualifiers and was expected to prevent him from playing throughout the rest of October.
Speaking to TyC Sports (h/t Sky Sports" Rory O'Callaghan), Aguero said he didn't realise he got very lucky until he arrived at the hospital: "When I got to the hospital I asked the doctor if I could play for City on the Saturday [against Stoke].
"Then one thinks 'why did I?', but it's hard to imagine that something like that could happen".
Meanwhile, City are wary of rushing back the 29-year-old too quickly, as they are conscious that a further blow to the ribs could cause more damage if the injury has not healed properly, and will leave a decision on his availability as late as possible.
"When a player has a free day at Manchester City, most of the players go to London, others to Italy, some to Spain", he said.
"Then one thinks 'why did I [go]', but it's hard to imagine that something like that could happen".
Following criticism for his decision to go to Amsterdam in the days building up to City's important fixture against Chelsea, Aguero has defended his actions saying players often go overseas on their days off. Today I trained normally, but without the group.
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