Sergio Aguero Set To Return For Manchester City

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 17: Sergio Aguero of Manchester City looks on during training at Carrington Training Ground on September 17, 2012 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Chris Brunskill/Getty Images)

Sergio Aguero is ready to play against Real Madrid, according to Blues manager Roberto Mancini.

Sergio Aguero is fully recovered from his knee injury and has a good chance of featuring in Manchester City's clash against Real Madrid, according to Blues boss Roberto Mancini.

The Italian cautioned that while Aguero had fully healed, he was lacking match sharpness, but could still feature. "He has a chance", Mancini told a press conference at the Santiago Bernabeu. "Probably he is not 100 percent because he didn't play since the injury but the feeling at this moment is good."

Aguero has not played since he was stretchered off after receiving an injury after a tackle from Nathaniel Clyne in City's opening game of the season against Southampton.

The Argentine will be no stranger to facing Real Madrid, having previously played for local rivals Atletico Madrid, although he will hope that his new club can fare better, having suffered eight defeats and three draws in the eleven Madrid derbies in which he played.

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