Sergio Aguero is one of most important players in Manchester City's squad. During the summer transfer window there were intense rumours that the Argentine striker would leave the Etihad Stadium with Spain as his most likely destination.
After talks with Manchester City's chairman and manager Manuel Pellegrini, Aguero was convinced to stay with the Citizens. He then publicly stated that he is more than happy in England and the Premier League.
Everyone was relieved and hoped that they will keep on seeing Aguero with Manchester City's stripes for many years ahead. But, according to recent newspapers things have changed since the summer.
Aguero has declared his will to leave Manchester City once again. In a meeting with the Chilean head coach, the 25-year-old told him that he will be leaving the Etihad Stadium as soon as the summer transfer window reopens.
Aguero stated that he wants to return to La Liga with the stripes of FC Barcelona. He is very keen on their gameplay and he wants to play alongside Lionel Messi and Neymar Jr.
Furthermore the presence of the Argentinian manager Tata Martino in Barcelona's bench is another positive point towards his decision. Pellegrini seems to be unable to make Aguero change his mind, and everyone is waiting for the summer transfer window to open and see whether these rumours are actually true.
A big loss for the Citizens if these rumors are to be confirmed but I believe that no club can afford the risk of maintaining a player in its squad who is reportedly unhappy being a member of this squad.
The best for Manchester City is to find a replacement and sell Aguero. I know it's hard to find players like the Argentinian star but not impossible. And Radamel Falcao would cherish an opportunity to play in the Premier League.
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