Manchester City's Sergio Aguero returns to full training

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Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has revealed his recent auto crash in Amsterdam, which resulted in his suffering a broken rib, could have resulted in his death had he not worn a seatbelt.

"The money isn't a problem here [at City]", Aguero told Argentine channel TyC Sports.

The 29-year-old suffered a broken rib in the incident but the striker admits it could have been an even worse outcome had he not been wearing his seat belt at the time of the collision. "But I think Messi, like [Cristiano] Ronaldo, are players who are symbols of their clubs and it's hard for them to leave".

Midfielder Fabian Delph also took part in Tuesday's session having recovered from a minor knock sustained against Chelsea which forced him to pull out of the England squad.

"I would love to have Leo on my team, but that seems quite complicated".

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Because of the injury, the Argentina global was unable to feature in his nation's crucial 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Peru and Ecuador.

"I still do not know if I am going to play on Saturday". "I trained normally, but without the group".

"I was lucky that I know the agent of Maluma [a Colombian singer], he invited me and I went".

"I left for nearly two days and went back to the airport and then got into that accident".

"But I think Messi, like [Cristiano] Ronaldo, are players who are symbols of their clubs and it's hard for them to leave".

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