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Pep Guardiola says Sergio Aguero free to join Man City’s Premier League rivals

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MANCHESTER – Manchester City supervisor Pep Guardiola stated he needs solely one of the best for the membership’s all-time main goal-scorer Sergio Aguero, even when the Argentine opts to join a Premier League rival on the finish of the season.

Aguero, who has scored 257 objectives in 385 appearances and received 4 Premier League titles, an FA Cup and 5 League Cups at City, is ready to depart when his contract expires on the finish of the marketing campaign.

The 32-year-old has been linked with a number of English and abroad golf equipment. Guardiola was requested if he would like that Aguero didn’t keep within the Premier League and face City on a weekly foundation.

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“All of us wish the best for him. Find the best for Sergio for the last years in his career, for sure,” Guardiola instructed reporters earlier than Saturday’s house recreation with Leeds United.

“We’ll be delighted with the decision he takes – the best for him and his family and his career. My preference is his preference. His preference is my preference.

“The greatest for him is one of the best for us.”

Aguero has been a peripheral figure at City this season, making nine league appearances after struggles with injury and illness. But Guardiola expressed hope the striker can hit top form and play a role in the remainder of the campaign.

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“Everything can occur. Everything can change rapidly in a constructive or (unfavourable) manner. Everyone have to be prepared and hopefully Sergio will be prepared fast,” Guardiola said.

“Sergio’s a stunning particular person with particular qualities and abilities. I perceive him and I perceive he wants time to get in greatest situation.

“I said last week… the way he trained and in the Leicester City game which was so difficult, he moved well and helped us. He felt something in his leg and was substituted. He’s doing better.”

Reuters


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