New Barcelona signing Sergio Aguero is set to make his long awaited debut for his new club on 17th October 2021 against Valencia. That is assuming there are no hiccups on his road towards recovery, according to Spanish outlet Sport.
Sergio Aguero arrived in Barcelona from Manchester City on a free transfer this summer. The 33 year old forward has signed a two years deal with the Blaugrana as they look to replace the likes of Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann.
Sergio Aguero was the most high profile signing Barcelona made in the recently concluded summer transfer window. However, the Argentine forward endured a calf injury during pre season, which has kept him out of action since the start of the campaign.
Sergio Aguero has so far missed seven La Liga and two Champions League games for Barcelona. However, with Aguero set to make his Barcelona debut against Valencia on 17th October, he should be fit for the El Clasico a week later at Camp Nou too.
It is unclear how much fit Sergio Aguero will be when he makes his Barcelona debut in the coming weeks. The last competitive game the 33 year old forward played was the Copa America 2021 quarter final against Ecuador on the 4th of July 2021.
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