Sergio Aguero Manchester City exit, Barcelona, PSG possible options


With it being confirmed that Sergio Aguero will be leaving Manchester City at the end of the season, several clubs are appear to be interested in signing the club legend.

Aguero will be leaving the club after 10 years with several championships in his trophy cabinet. Having joined City from Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2011, Aguero became an instant legend at the club in the first season. The famous last second goal vs. QPR to win Manchester City in Premier League after decades of waiting is no doubt one of the, if not the best Premier League moment in history.

During his time in Manchester City, Aguero became the club’s all time leading scorer as he is on 257 goals in 384 matches. Not only has he made Manchester City history but he has also made Premier League history. He is the foreign player with the most Premier League goals, as he is on 181 goals (in 271 matches) ahead of Thierry Henry who finished on 175 goals. He is also in the top five Premier League goal scorers, ahead of Frank Lampard who is fifth and just behind Andy Cole on 187 goals who is third.

With all of those accomplishments and accolades, the now 32 year old striker will be wearing a new shirt at the start of next season. While no official bids have surfaced, reports in the media have FC Barcelona, PSG and even Juventus as possible choices for him. The most interesting from an Argentine point of view could be that of Barcelona where he would join Lionel Messi, should Messi remain at the club.

PSG would see him play alongside Angel Di Maria, Leandro Paredes and Mauro Icardi while being managed by Mauricio Pochettino. A move to Juventus would have him along with Paulo Dybala. Where would you like to see Aguero play next season?


  1. The pandemic really hit football industr, most yelite club did not have enough fund to bid a high profile players especially the prone injury striker like Kun; all will look for their youth in house players. Barca will bring Kun unless Messi insist and ready to cut the salary

  2. Nico gonzalez has been injury prone lately. Out for 2/3 weeks with muscle tear in training.

    Lautaro has a frustrating game. One woodwork, that’s it. Inter’s football is not entertaining either.

  3. Inter Bologna, dreadful football from Inter as always. Barely no service to Lautaro. Lukaku scored from a one good move in all 45 minutes.

    • Watched the first half of the inter-bologna game and I agree, Inter are somewhat dreadful but functional, they will win the title and that’s all that counts at the end of the day.
      Nico Dominguez was excellent as always, reads the game well and picks his tackles clean and he has an eye for a pass, I know Palacios has done well for the NT but I put Nico ahead of him in the pecking order.
      Speaking of Palacios, has anyone watched the NEVERkusen match? I really hope that Bosz’s exit means a turnaround for Alario and Palacios.

      Watched the Udi-Atalanta game and all 6 Argentines did fairly well, C.Romero and De Paul weren’t at their mercurial best but solid never the less.
      Roberto Pereyra seems to have improved vastly since his time in England, I guess Italian football suits him much better.
      Molina keeps getting better and better, he’s not a speed demon or a physical beast but he has good ball skills and intent, that’s the word INTENT! He’s not just happy to do his defensive job, he wants to take the ball and go forward and create something and that’s something that any decent fullback should have. Foyth and Montiel are ahead of him in the pecking order (even though he’s better than both attacking wise) but I think Molina should start for the olympic team at the very least, and heck who knows if he keeps going like this he may get called up to the big boys’ table.

    • Palacios stats on SofaScore:
      Touches: 115
      Minutes: 100%
      Accurate passes: 88%
      Long balls: 5(3)
      Dribble attempts: 2(2)
      Ground duels: 20(11)
      Overall score: 7.1
      For having no key passes 7.1 shows he was very good apart from that. It seems that the new Bayer Leverkusen manager has at least somewhat functioning brain.

  4. How to win a Copa America :

    ———-Lo Celso————-Messi
    Gonzalez—Paredes—De Paul—Molina

    One word : BALANCE
    Talent / Soldier
    Attack / Defense
    Experience / New generation
    Left Side / Center/ Right Side

    • Palacios, Lo Celso, De Paul and Paredes staying fit and playing well is absolutely curucial for us. They are our midfield engine and I believe their involvement is key to ensuring that Messi does not have to drop deep to look for the ball but stays up in the areas where he can wreak havoc.

  5. PSG will go for a striker next summer that’s sure, don’t think Aguero will be Barcelona priority considering rushing for halaand and koeman preferred Depay.

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