- Sergio Aguero has returned from an injury he suffered in a car crash in Armsterdan
- Kun took part in light training with Manchester City's physio at the club ground
- The Argentine suffered two broken ribs in a crash when he attended a concert in Holland
- He was initially told he would miss up to four months of action due to the injury
Manchester City have announced that leading goalscorer Sergio Aguero returned to training on Tuesday morning after surviving a car crash in Holland where he went for a concert.
The Argentine was involved in a car accident in Amsterdam, Holland at the end of last month and suffered a rib injury as a result of the impact.
Initial scans suggested he could be out for up to four months but Kun has resumed light training just two weeks after the crash.
He trained with Pep Guardiola and with those not involved in international games.
City announced on their website: "Though it was a light session with a City physio, the City star is expected to gradually build up his fitness in the coming days as he edges towards a first team return."
Aguero is just one goal shy of Eric Brook's 78-year record of 177 goals for the Citizens.
City also announced that Fabian Delph took part in the morning session and looking to have shaken off a minor knock suffered against Chelsea.
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