Published: Fri, October 13, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Sergio Aguero Says He Could Have Died in Car Crash Without Seatbelt

Sergio Aguero Says He Could Have Died in Car Crash Without Seatbelt

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner's present contract situation at the Nou Camp is uncertain but Aguero said: 'City would have no money problems in regards to signing Messi but he is a symbol of Barcelona and it would be very hard for him to leave'.

Manchester City striker, Sergio Aguero, has opened up about his miracle escape from a vehicle crash in Amsterdam on September 29.

"The money isn't a problem here", Aguero told TyC Sport.

Because of the injury, the Argentina global was unable to feature in his nation's crucial 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Peru and Ecuador.

However, Aguero returned to light training earlier this week and revealed that he is due to rejoin the rest of the squad today, when he will assess his fitness ahead of Saturday's match against Stoke City.

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"I was lucky that I know the agent of Maluma, he invited me and I went".

"Then one thinks 'why did I?', but it's hard to imagine that something like that could happen". I had nearly two days off and going to the airport was when I had that accident.

Following criticism for his decision to go to Amsterdam in the days building up to City's important fixture against Chelsea, Aguero has defended his actions saying players often go overseas on their days off.

"Then one thinks "why did I [go]", but it's hard to imagine that something like that could happen".

"Tomorrow I will get into the group to see how I feel, but at training it's not the same thing as a game, I want to see if I have pain".

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