Late Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has honored Sergio Aguero in front of his approaching way out toward the finish of the period, and he portrayed him as one of the "best strikers in the club's set of experiences".
Aguero will leave the Etihad Stadium when his agreement terminates toward the finish of the period following 10 years at the club, with a goal coring record of 257 objectives in 384 appearances for City.
The Argentine star and Toure played together in Manchester for a very long time before the last left for Olympiacos in 2018.
The pair won three Premier League titles, two League Cups among different distinctions together and Toure accepts the 32-year-old is among the best strikers in Premier League history. He's by a long shot perhaps the best striker Man City have at any point had, scoring something like 200 objectives.
That is incredible," Toure told talk sport. "He didn't just do it at Man City, he's been to Atlético, to Argentina, he began there, he scored 12 cap stunts [in the Premier League]. "He's up there with Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer and that's only the tip of the iceberg and that's just the beginning.
A major, large player. A major legend of this club. "Toward the day's end, things are reaching a conclusion. With every one of his commitments to the City fans, club and to the honor, I believe it's merited.
"For me Aguero, everyone realizes the amount I love Aguero, he's constantly been the best striker in Manchester City beyond a shadow of a doubt." Aguero's leave will make him a free specialist in the mid-year and hypothesis have begun spinning that he could join with his compatriot Lionel Messi at Barcelona.
Toure, who played for the Spanish goliaths somewhere in the range of 2007 and 2010, said it very well may be hard to anticipate the previous Atlético Madrid forward's next experience.
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"At the point when players get to his age, a few players need to return home, some need to complete it pleasantly or possibly more desire to accomplish something different," the four-time African Footballer of the Year added.
"Loads of individuals have been discussing Barcelona, and it would be him and his dearest companion, Lionel Messi, to be together in a similar group. "He's a free specialist, he can go where he needs, and it depends on what he needs for his future.
What he needs to accomplish once more, less or more, that is very interesting."
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