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Barcelona had an enormous botch last season when they let amazing striker, Luis Suarez, go to Atletico Madrid. The Catalans were certain that the Uruguayan was too old to even consider being playing at the high level and they were searching for a more youthful other option. In addition to the fact that they couldn't discover somebody to supplant the veteran, Suarez likewise proceeded to lift another La Liga title yet this time with Atletico. 

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The Catalans comprehended their mix-up and got a striker when the season got over. Barcelona figured out how to get one of the greatest generational strikers ever, Sergio Aguero. The Argentine couldn't concur upon an agreement with Manchester City so Barca marked him on a free exchange. It seems like the Catalans discovered that age is definitely not a significant factor in football as Suarez proceeded to score more than 20 objectives for Atletico last season. 

Aguero is 33 years of age and just has a couple of years left in him yet he could in any case hugely affect the group. Last season the club's principle scorer was Lionel Messi who scored 30 objectives in the group alone. This can't go on as they need more scorers in the group and can't surrender everything to one man. Hence, while Aguero is certainly a strong player, he is even more a transitory arrangement and the club needs a more youthful striker for the since a long time ago run. Here are a couple of alternatives that Laporta could go for this exchange window or in the following one

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