Sergio Aguero: Man City forward involved in car crash ahead of EPL return

Sergio Aguero: Man City forward involved in car crash ahead of EPL return

- Sergio Aguero has been involved in a car crash in his range rover on Wednesday

- The Argentine forward escaped unhurt

- Aguero is Premier League joint top scorer alongside Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham on eight goals

Manchester City star Sergio Aguero has been involved in a car crash ahead of Man City’s Premier League cracker with Crystal Palace on Saturday, October 19, at Selhurst Park Stadium.

According to Daily Star report citing Sky Sports, the Argentine forward escaped unhurt, but it is still not clear if he will get Pep Guardiola’s nod to play a part during the game.

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Aguero was not involved in international duty with Argentina during the second break of the new campaign.

However, on his way to training at City’s Etihad Campus on Wednesday morning, October 16, he was involved on a collision with his range rover

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Sky Sports suggest Aguero reported to the CFA - City Football Academy, alongside City squad.

But he was not checked by the club’s medical team.

Previously, Aguero who is Premier League joint top scorer alongside Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham on eight goals, was involved in a car collision.

In September 2017, the Atgentine was returning from a concert in Amsterdam when his taxi crashed.

He cropped a fractured rib on that occasion

Legit.ng reported earlier that Man United are the highest paying Premier League club with an annual staggering £332 million paid as salaries in the last one year.

Though, the Red Devils have allowed some senior players leave the club in a bit to cut down their weekly and monthly expenses on their players.

Reports show Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men are topping the chart despite sitting 12th on the table with nine points from eight matches.

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