Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero could be on his final season at Etihad stadium.
Manchester City legend Sergio Aguero could end up playing his last season for the club alongside Pep Guardiola who might also reportedly be on his way out. This could very well be Aguero’s last chance to win a UEFA Champions League title for Manchester City as he failed to do so in his ten years at the City of Manchester Stadium.
The Argentine international is City’s biggest footballer ever and given the contribution he’s made for the club from scratch all over the years, he deserves a European trophy the most out of the city group of legends. Ten years of consistency and extremely outstanding numbers even though he spent time out with injuries in all of his seasons at Manchester.
The striker is currently 32 years of age. He joined the Premier League side in the 2011/12 season and immediately became a legend for the club after clinching the title at the last moment from Sir Alex’s Manchester United. He will forever be in the hearts of the City fans and given his consistency all over the years, he’s definitely a Premier League legend too.
It will be an injustice to someone like Aguero if he fails to win the UEFA Champions League. Given City’s runs all over the years, it seems highly unlikely that the Argentine might receive the European glory medal. However, as it also might be Pep Guardiola’s last season at the Etihad, the whole squad might be pushing to win the competition.
The Argentine striker is the highest goalscorer in the foreigner’s category, having more goals than Robin van Persie, Didier Drogba, Thierry Henry, and Ruud van Nistelrooy. The 32-year-old is among the Premier League greats and he is up there with Wayne Rooney, Alan Shearer, Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard, David Silva, and Thierry Henry in terms of contribution to their respective clubs. A UEFA Champions League win in his final season would be a fairytale ending to an almost perfect career.
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