Sergio Aguero scored in a friendly behind closed doors on his return to action for Barcelona – and he could make his debut on Sunday.
The 33-year-old Argentine striker proved his fitness by netting in a friendly training ground against third-tier UE Carnela and could face Valencia over the weekend.
Aguero moved to nine camps on a free transfer to Manchester City ten years later, where he won fifteen trophies, including five league titles, and ended up as the club’s all-time top scorer.
However, he suffered a calf injury in the pre-season before the start of Barساa’s La Liga campaign, which has kept him out of action so far.
Aguero’s return will be a huge boost for Under Fire manager Ronald Koeman, whose team has failed to find the net in four of their last six games in all competitions.
After a poor start to the season in both the league and the Champions League, the Catalan giants are currently ninth in La Liga, five points behind rivals Real and Atletico Madrid.