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Bayern Munich rejected Sergio Aguero deal

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After Tuesday night's Champions League defeat, Bayern Munich will have been in regret over not taking the opportunity to sign goal machine Sergio Aguero when he was just 17-years-old, according to the Daily Mail.

As the Argentine's tantalising goalscoring record increases by the game, he tortured Munich souls with a hat-trick to land Manchester City's first win in the European campaign during the week.

Felix Magath rejected the opportunity to snap up the wonderkid at the age of 17 because the former Fulham boss complained that he was "too lazy."

Aguero was prepared to make the switch to the Bundesliga from his Buenos Aires based side, Independiente until Felix Magath slammed the teenager.

Subsequent to a transfer breakdown, Lionel Messi's international strike partner joined La Liga side Atletico Madrid where a staggering 74 goals in 175 appearances pricked the ears of Manchester City who landed the superstar in 2011 for £38 million.

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So, after Bayern Munich suffered defeat against Manchester City Aguero's match winning hat-trick, they may feel a little more regret on not capitalising on the opportunity to snap him up.

However, if he had signed for the German giants in 2006, we may not have seen moments like the dramatic final day of the 2012/13 season when his last gasp goal snatched the title from Manchester United's clutches.

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