New City signing is certainly not lacking in confidence

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Coming with a big reputation from La Liga, Manchester City new boy Sergio Aguero is planning to have a major impact on the Barclays Premier League following his move to England.

The Argentine forward revealed on Wednesday that his transfer to City had been completed after he underwent a medical.

Aguero scored 23 goals in all competitions last season including 12 goals in Atletico Madrid's last 11 games, form that leads the 23-year-old to believe he can be a success in his new environment.

"No-one will ever be exactly like Maradona again but I really think that every so often there is a total revolution in football and someone needs to be the revolutionary who starts things off," he said. "That's me."

"Maradona made some 'noise' in his day and I want to roar a bit in my day - now!

"I like tricks, I like to dazzle, I like to be able to score a goal with one leg bent round the other so that you smack the ball into the net with your wrong foot. Dribbling and leaving your opponent on his backside is what life is for.


"If I achieve what I want to then I'll mark a distinct era in football. I'm the Che Guevara of modern soccer."

The Argentina international tweeted on Wednesday that he was delighted to have joined City, for a fee expected to be in the region on £35 million.

"Now I am a City player," Aguero said on his Twitter feed. "Happy to be at this club and in this city, thank you to everyone for the welcome and the reception."

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