Sergio Aguero is set to miss Manchester City’s Premier League trip to relegation-threatened Stoke City on Monday night after the Argentinian sustained a knee injury in training.
He announced on his official Twitter account that he expected to be out of action up to two weeks with the injury, meaning the he could be back for Man City’s trip to Everton at the end of this month.
During yesterday's training I had a discomfort on my left knee. The club's doctors told me I'll be back with the team in approximately two weeks. Now it's time for a full recovery!
— Sergio Kun Aguero (@aguerosergiokun) March 11, 2018
Manchester City playmaker David Silva returns for the club after missing the midweek Champions League clash against Basel for personal reasons.
Raheem Sterling and midfielder Fernandinho are both hoping to prove their fitness after the pair returned to training following hamstring injuries.
Left-back Fabian Delph is available again after suspension but could be doubtful after suffering a knock. According to latest updates Benjamin Mendy is also back in training and could return in the next month.
Stoke forward Mame Diouf is set to miss out on Monday night due to the shoulder injury he sustained last weekend at Southampton.
Defender Kevin Wimmer and striker Saido Berahino, who have been placed on programmes to up their fitness levels, could return to the matchday squad after missing the last six and two games respectively.
Midfielder Stephen Ireland (calf) is not yet ready to make his comeback, and goalkeeper Lee Grant (broken wrist) also remain sidelined.