Sergio Agüero, Manchester City’s all-time leading goal scorer, could soon leave the club because he is not valued by coach Pep Guardiola – according to a Spanish journalist.
What gives this story potential credibility is the fact that Jose Alvarez Haya, its source, was first to report that Kun has been playing injured since August – which is now being reported by English outlets such as Sam Lee of Goal and Jack Gaughan of the Daily Mail
Kun Agüero could leave Manchester City really soon. He loves a lot the club and their fans but he is not valued by the coach. He is the second best rated scoring goals per minute played in PL (101 minutes per goal). Real Madrid could be a potential destiny for him.
— Jose Alvarez Haya (@10JoseAlvarez) December 18, 2017
Haya says that Agüero loves the club, which he has given so much for, including that famous goal against QPR in 2012, but is not valued by the coach – who often favours Gabriel Jesus. And this could lead to his exit after seven years next summer.
Real Madrid, who have long admired the 29-year-old, are mooted as a potential destination for the Argentine icon, who has started City’s last two games.
Haya says he will speak more about this developing story on El Chiringuito TV in Spain tonight.
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