Season over for Argentina striker Sergio Aguero after knee surgery

Season over for Argentina striker Sergio Aguero after knee surgery

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has confirmed on Twitter that he is recovering from knee surgery and hopes to be back playing soon.

Aguero has not started a game since City's victory over Chelsea on March 4, although he was an unused substitute against Basel on March 7. Homero D'Agostino, the Argentina Football Association's doctor, says Aguero's recovery should take at least five weeks and that the striker's condition was "worrisome". When one had old injuries, the recovery process is not as fast as one would like it to be.

Argentina's team doctor says Sergio Aguero will not be fully fit for the start of the World Cup in Russia after undergoing keyhole surgery on his left knee.

"That a player has undergone an arthroscopy with 60 days to go before the World Cup is worrying", D'Agostino told Radio 10.

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Knee arthroscopy is a surgical technique that can diagnose and treat problems in the knee joint.

"The important thing is to know what he had".

Aguero made another brief cameo appearance during City's vain attempt at a Champions League comeback against Liverpool last week, but manager Pep Guardiola ruled the 29-year-old out of Saturday's 3-1 win over Tottenham, citing Young's challenge as the cause of the injury.

City's all-time leading scorer has roared up to the tantalising mark of 199 goals in the title-winning 2017/18 campaign, with 30 in all competitions this season.