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Aguero feels ready for PSG clash in the UCL

Sat 01 May 2021 | 20:31

Manchester City’s striker Aguero says that he feels good after his recovery.

After scoring a goal in

Manchester City’s

victory over Crystal Palace, now

Sergio Aguero

says that he is ready to face

PSG

in the Champions League and insists that his knee now feels better and has no problem.

Asked by

BT Sport

whether he would be able to start that fixture, Aguero said:

"Always I’m ready.

"I’m feeling good, my knee is so good. I just wait for the opportunity to play, like today.

"If I don’t play it doesn’t matter. I want to be with the team-mates. Of course every player wants to play, but we’ll see."

The club’s all-time leading goal scorer has been struggling with his fitness this season and has played only six games in the Premier League for the Citizens, and now after a long absence, he is happy to be on the pitch again.

"Finally I could play, I’m so happy.

"It was a long time that I hadn’t played 90 minutes. The goal was good because maybe we can win the Premier League.

"We wait for tomorrow. Every game is difficult, but we wait for tomorrow. Of course if Liverpool win it’s better."

The club has decided to make a statue of the Argentinian striker in honor of his hard work and great performance, and here is what Aguero thinks about the matter:

"When the club told me about that I told them I don’t want anything.

"I prefer to wait until the end. If the club want to do something, then thank you."


source: SportMob