by NJENGA WESELY
March 31, 2021
Sergio Aguero will leave Manchester City this mid-year move window.
The Argentine striker reported the move through Twitter this evening, and the Premier League pioneers also affirmed it.
Aguero has gone through 10 years at the Etihad Stadium. In that time, he figured out how to give quite possibly the most famous crossroads in the alliance's long term history when he got The Citizens their first Premier League title in 2012.
In any case, before joining the Manchester side, he nearly joined Chelsea for £45 million, which would have been a British record at that point, before Atletico Madrid raised their asking cost.
Declaring his takeoff from Man City, Aguero said: "When a cycle concludes, numerous sensations emerge.
"A tremendous feeling of fulfilment and pride stays in me for having played with Manchester City for an entire ten seasons - bizarre for an expert part these days.
"Ten seasons with significant accomplishment, all through which I had the option to turn into the top memorable goalscorer and fashioning an indestructible bond with each one of the individuals who love this club - individuals who will consistently be in my heart.
"I was to join during the reproduction period of 2011, and with the direction of the proprietors and the commitment of numerous players, we acquired a spot among the best on the planet.
"The assignment to keep up this merited favoured position will stay on others.
"Concerning myself, I will keep on giving it my most extreme for the remainder of the period to win more titles and carry more happiness to the fans. At that point, another stage with new difficulties will start, and I am completely prepared to confront them with the very energy and polished skill that I have consistently committed to keep contending at the most significant level."
His next objective after leaving Man City is left hazy however, past remarks about joining Chelsea could give Blues fans trust that Aguero will before long be carrying out his speciality at Stamford Bridge.
In 2010 he told journalists: "I see players like Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard, and they have been – and still are – the best parts in their situations on the planet. I could genuinely gain from players like that.
"Chelsea are an extraordinary club. They have gotten perhaps the most dreaded in Europe over ongoing years. London would be a truly astounding city to live in also – myself, and my significant other could be truly upbeat there."