Aguero reveals why he didn't die in vehicle crash

Aguero: Why Man City signing Messi is too 'complicated'

Sergio Aguero has delivered a massive boost to Manchester City as he is back in training after recovering from a vehicle accident.

Sergio Aguero during training.

The 29-year-old Barcelona forward would come at a large cost - his buy-out clause is £268.7m - but Aguero thinks if Messi was keen to make the move, finances would not be an issue. "He said, "I don't believe so", he told TyC Sports. But Leo, just like other players like [Cristiano] Ronaldo, are symbols of their clubs and it's hard to leave not just to City but to other clubs that also have the money.

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

Aguero's injuries forced him to miss Argentina's crucial final World Cup qualifiers but Messi rescued a troubled campaign to secure a place in Russian Federation next summer with a stunning hat-trick against Ecuador.

"I spoke to Leo and congratulated him".

That means he could have a chance of returning to action in Saturday's Premier League clash against Stoke at the Etihad Stadium. "I congratulated him and thanked him for all he's been doing for the national team".

"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". "I don't want to play and then have a knock that keeps me out for another week". "I know nothing. I saw the news and read that and I was surprised".

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