Manchester City’s Argentine striker Sergio Aguero “managed injuries” in a car accident in the Netherlands and is coming back to Britain to be checked ahead of the weekend’s Premier League fixtures, his club said on Friday.
“Sergio Aguero will be surveyed by club specialists today in the wake of being engaged with a street mischance on Thursday. The City forward was in Holland on his vacation day and has maintained wounds,” said the announcement.
The productive 29-year-old was because of profit to Manchester for Friday morning to be surveyed in front of City’s Premier League conflict at Chelsea on Saturday.
Amsterdam police representative Frans Zuiderhoek revealed to AFP that officers went to a mischance in the city at around 11:00pm (2100 GMT) on Thursday after “a taxi hit a light post”.
He couldn’t affirm the characters of the two travelers and the driver, who all made a request to stay unknown.
“No different vehicles were included,” he disclosed to AFP at an opportune time Friday, including that three individuals in the taxi “have been exchanged to healing facility for perception… yet there were no awful wounds”.
The accident happened on De Boelelaan road, said Zuiderhoek, not a long way from the Arena A where Colombian artist Maluma performed on Thursday.
The Argentina striker, who has scored 176 GOALS for the English club, on Thursday posted a photo of himself with the artist on his authority Instagram page.
English media revealed that Aguero, who has just scored six times in the Premier League this season, had maintained broken ribs and was set to be out for around two months.
Aguero’s previous club Independiente posted a message of help on Twitter, saying: “Quality and quick recuperation @aguerosergiokun! All @Independiente is with you at this troublesome time.”
The striker needs just more two objectives to wind up plainly City’s unsurpassed driving scorer and is generally seen as one of the world’s most dreaded strikers.