- Pep Guadiola seems to be worried about Sergio Aguero’s imminent exit at Manchester City
- The Argentine legend joined the club in 2011 from Spanish outfit Atletico Madrid
- Aguero has so far made a staggering 384 appearances for the club scoring 257 goals
Manchester City manager Pep Guariola has expressed deep concern over the imminent departure of club legend Sergio Aguero who leaves at the end of the season.
The 32-year-old joined the Citizens from Atletico Madrid in a deal around €40 million in 2011 and he rose to become the club's highest goals scorer within a decade.
He scored a staggering 257 goals and 73 assists in 384 appearances across competitions for the Etihad Stadium outfit.
He will be leaving as one of the club’s all-time greats and the board has also assured that a statue of the player would be erected outside the stadium.
Guadiola has said the superstar will never be matched as soon as he leaves the club, adding that Aguero is irreplaceable. He said via Mirror:
“Sergio is irreplaceable. I could say in terms of numbers he could be replaceable but it’s not easy. When you see around 360 games and more than 250 goals, the amount of titles.
“He’s a legend, the best striker I ever had at this club… but he is irreplaceable".
Meanwhile, Premier League club Manchester United are set to launch bid for Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele in a move to bolster their squad ahead of the next season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking to sign one of Barcelona’s most expensive players and now the Red Devils are making moves from two different angles to sign the star.
They would like to land him this summer after they initially made a move ahead of the current campaign.
On the other hand, Legit.ng earlier reported that Borussia Dortmund ace Erling Haaland is reportedly ready to snub a switch to the Premier League and move to Real Madrid instead.
Haaland is currently Europe's most in-demand player, with numerous clubs lining up bids in the summer.
The Norwegian hotshot has enjoyed a significant rise to prominence over the last couple of days, thanks to his impressive goalscoring heroics.