The latest emerging reports on Wednesday afternoon concerning Sergio Aguero are now claiming that the striker is '100% physically ready' to start for Manchester City against Borussia Monchengladbach this evening.
The Argentine forward has been part of the first-team squad in training and embedded within the match day squads in the last few games, however is yet to register a single minute of on-the-field competitive action since his recovery from injury.
In fact, at both Everton and Arsenal in the Premier League, Sergio Aguero failed to even warm-up with the rest of the squad despite being a named substitute.
There is a feeling that the club and medical staff are being extra cautious with the forward, considering his previous struggles with injuries in recent months when being rushed back into the squad too soon.
According to journalist Lucas Scagliola, who is understood to have contacts close to the Aguero camp, has reported on Wednesday afternoon that the Manchester City striker is '100% physically ready' to start in the Champions League clash with Borussia Monchengladbach tonight.
Scagliola claims that the striker is 'ready' for whenever Pep Guardiola requires him.
Guardiola was questioned on Aguero's fitness situation, and the chances of him returning soon, after the 1-0 win over Arsenal on Sunday afternoon. The City boss said, "I'm looking forward to putting him in the side. We cannot forget he was a long time injured. You get rhythm when you play. As soon as I can, I'll do it. I want to say, 'Keep working hard, your time will come'. I want to be sure."
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