Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says striker Sergio Aguero "could" feature against Stoke on Saturday. However, Guardiola added that Aguero is still 'not 100 per cent', after breaking a rib in a car crash just two weeks ago. Aguero came through training successfully on Thursday, after which he declared that he was 'ready' for first-team action. Guardiola told the media on Friday: "He did his first training session, after what happened. "He did it quite well. Hopefully, as soon as possible, he will be back. "Maybe (he will feature against Stoke). Today, in the last training session, we are going to see. "Of course, he is not 100 per cent but he recovered quite well. "We will see. We are happy he is back in training." Aguero needs one goal to equal Eric Brook's all-time City goalscoring record of 177, which has stood since 1939.
Sergio Aguero 'could' return for Man City against Stoke, Pep Guardiola says
Sky Sports | Oct 13