Manchester City has confirmed they will bid a fond and emotional farewell to legendary striker Sergio Aguero this summer when his contract expires.
Aguero is obviously one of the most decorated and respected footballers to wear the sky-blue shirt. He has cemented his name in City after ten year of phenomenal and remarkable performances.
He joined City in 2011making his remarkable debut by scoring twice and providing an assist within 30 minutes in a 4:0 win over Swansea
One renowned moment is his heart-breaking goal in an unforgettable final fixture again QPR which secured the clubs first ever premier league title.
Aguero went ahead to become City’s top goal scorer, overtaken Eric Brooks 78years record. He played an important role in the Club’s three subsequent premier league titles, one FA cup and five league cups.
He has amassed a total of 257 goals in 384 appearances.
He is one of the most respected players in the premier league for the past decade. And undoubtedly the best overseas striker ever to play in the premier league and he his the competition most lethal scorer in terms of goal scored per minute
Sergio will leave Man City and perhaps create room for young players.
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