- Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero underwent an arthroscopy in mid-April
- City boss Pep Guardiola said Argentina striker will be ready for the World Cup
- Argentina play their opening World Cup match against Iceland on June 16
‘He will get there fine,’ the Spaniard told reporters. ‘I can give you the latest news from doctor (Ramon) Cugat in Barcelona and it’s going perfectly.’
Aguero, 29, has scored 21 Premier League goals for runaway champions City this season but underwent an arthroscopy in mid-April.
Argentina striker Sergio Aguero will be ready for the World Cup, according to Pep Guardiola
The Man City striker, who has scored 21 league goals, underwent an arthroscopy in mid-April
Argentina play their opening World Cup match against Iceland on June 16.
Guardiola said Belgium international captain Vincent Kompany and England defender John Stones were fit and ready for Sunday’s league game against Huddersfield Town after earlier injury problems.
‘The main target for the players is the World Cup because the Premier League is done. But the best way to arrive at the World Cup is to play good in these three games,’ said the manager of the final Premier League matches.
Guardiola said Vincent Kompany (right) and John Stones were fit for Sunday’s league game
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