Aguero Explains Why City Signing Messi Would Be Difficult
Oct 13 2017 by Marjorie Miles
"Back to training. I am ready!"
The Argentina worldwide suffered the injury during an off-day in Amsterdam towards the end of September and was initially ruled out for up to a month. He said, "I don't believe so". I had nearly two days off and going to the airport was when I had that accident.
Guardiola also stated on team spirit: "I think it is a big mistake when you say that a player is more important than others".
However, Aguero, who is one goal short of equalling the club's all-time scoring record, has revealed that not only is he is back in training, but he might even declare himself fit for Saturday's home game.
It discusses the possibility of Messi leaving the Camp Nou to make a fresh start at the Etihad Stadium and suggests that Lionel spoke about his future plans whilst on worldwide duty with Argentina.
"Though it was a light session with a City physio, the City star is expected to gradually build up his fitness in the coming days as he edges towards a first-team return".
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner's present contract situation at the Nou Camp is uncertain, b ut Aguero said: "City would have no money problems in regards to signing Messi, but he is a symbol of Barcelona and it would be very hard for him to leave".