Manchester – Argentine Sergio Agüero (Sergio Agüero) will leave Manchester City at the end of the season after wearing the club jersey for 10 years, but this does not mean that he can renew his contract.
The 32-year-old striker arrived from Atléticode Madrid in 2011 and is the best scorer in Manchester City’s history, scoring 257 goals in 384 games.
One of his goals is legendary: On the last day of the 2011/12 season, he was injured in the game against Queens Parks Rangers and won the club’s first Premier League title in history.
He is also the foreigner with the most goals in England, having played 97 games for the Argentina team, scoring 42 goals.
Manchester City today announced its decision on Agro’s future. Due to injuries, the Argentine has only participated in 14 games this season.
Club President Hardudun Mubarak said: “Sergio’s contribution to Manchester City in the past ten years is inestimable.” “His legend will always be etched in every person who loves the club and every person who loves football. In the heart.”
Agüero said on his Twitter account that a cycle is coming to an end and he is “proud” of playing for Manchester City for ten years. He said: “It is unusual for this to last so long in a club.”
He added that he felt he was “full” and was ready to face “a new stage facing other challenges.”
It is speculated that several large clubs will be interested in Argentina, and some even say that Barcelona can sign him to keep Lionel Messi, a close friend of Agüero. Messi once said that he wanted to change the scene.
Al Mubarak said that the Agüero statue has been commissioned to be installed with the statues of two other former teammates David Silva and Vincent Kompany.
The Argentine has 181 goals in the Premier League and ranks fourth in league history, behind Alan Shearer (260), Rooney (208) and Andy Cole (187).
He also has 12 triplets, more than any other player in the Prime Minister.
Agero had a mediocre year. His free throw against Fulham on March 13 was his first Premier League goal since January 2020.
Without Aguero’s contribution, Manchester City won four titles this season. He leads the Premier League by 14 points. He won the English League Cup final, the Football Association Cup semi-final and the Champions League quarter-final. This is a trophy that Aghero has never won in Manchester City.
He was crowned the Premier League champion four times and won the League Cup and the FA Cup five times.
When the Spaniard arrived at Manchester City in 2016, Agüero changed his playing style to suit the requirements of coach Guardiola. He became a more complete player, able to find the ball, but never lost his punch or opportunism again. Game area.
Aguero once said that he would return to Argentina and bid farewell to football at his old club, the independent club.